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Q: Are you getting used to breathing all the polluted air in China?

Super heavy pollution in Beijing today and surprisingly, most people walking down the street without a mouth mask. Just saw two foreign guys wearing big gas masks (or something like that). Is local Chinese already get used to the terrible air quality?

5 years 25 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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They just don't care or don't understand the damage the air is doing to them. I am moving from a large city to a smaller and more importantly cleaner city when my contract ends. I can't take the big cities any longer, the air gets worse every year and the food quality too. Cleaner air is more important than money.

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Used to it? Yes. Happy about it? Hell no. It's just something you have to accept if you want to live here. I just suck it up and cough it out. 

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