This is the experimental fast neutron reactor in Beijing. A bigger demonstration plant is being built in Fujian.
China right now is simultaneously constructing demonstration plants for three types of Gen IV designs:
1. Sodium-cooled fast reactor (closed fuel cycle).
2. Very high temperature gas reactors (for hydrogen/electricity co-generation)
3. Molten salt reactor (super safe reactors for inland sites, hydrogen/electricity co-generation, potentially thorium fuel cycle?)
Note both VHTR and MSR designs aim for hydrogen co-generation. China's biggest steelmaker Baowu is cooperating with Tsinghua and China National Nuclear to research on hydrogen production.
Australians know their steelmaking coal is going to be replaced by hydrogen, so they want to start their own hydrogen industry using solar power. But I just don't think China is planning on buying Australian hydrogen.