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Q: What will you do when the smog dissipates?

So the smog is apparently going to disappear tonight. When the skies become blue what will you do to celebrate?

 

Cant wait to not be stuck inside anymore.

5 years 29 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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wash my hair before i go out and be thankful I won't smell like a ash-tray when i return. 

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I watched report on the tell today, Chinese use drones to watch for smog from above, looking for biggest polluterssad.

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Waiting for the next smog episode devil

The causes won't and can't be addressed in a few months : coal-made electric power, and vastly inefficient electric power usage. Even the electric scooter are basically coal-powered scooters Tongue For those in the North, come down in the South, your lungs will appreciate Tongue

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Hold my breathe until I can see what is on the other side of the street.

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