By Cynthia Shahan
20 million people live in Beijing, a literally breathtaking city that has been contending with air quality so bad and “hazardous” that its urban dwellers and visitors have an altered ability to breathe. So, it is not surprising that pollution was one of the major issues at the current National Party Congress, where China’s new leaders were confirmed. Many Chinese believe the government has been weak, lacking regard for enforcing policies designed to protect the … Read More
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