Just How Bad is the Pollution in China?

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It’s all over the news, China has a serious pollution problem in their major cities; such as, Beijing. In a changing World focused on environmental and global impacts this is definitely seen as a problem. Below are some lesser known facts about how intense this problem has become.

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Some estimates believe that breathing the air in china is the equivalent of smoking 40 cigarettes a day. 40 cigarettes is equal to two full packs every single day.

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Air pollution in China kills 4,000 – 6,000 people daily.

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The pollution is so bad that clean air is seen as a luxury in fancy restaurants.

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Some people and companies have even started selling packaged fresh air.

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China to Sell Canned and Bottled Air to Tourists

A famous Chinese artist, Wang Renzheng, who calls himself “Nut Brother”, vacuumed the air for 100 days and created a solid brick.

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China has 20 of the World’s 30 most populated cities.

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