Worst of worst Air Pollution in China

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A woman wearing a mask walk through a street covered by dense smog in Harbin, northern China, Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. Visibility shrank to less than half a football field and small-particle pollution soared to a record 40 times higher than an international safety standard in one northern Chinese city as the region entered its high-smog season. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT
What if a day we come across a fact that one of the most important countries of the world is also one of the most polluted countries of it. Equipping thousands of products and technologies per year, China also is one of the polluted countries of the world.
According to the norms and conditions set by World Health organization for healthy air to breathe in, China follows only 1% of it leading to a high pollution level.
In 2008 at times of Olympics held, to provide the visitors a healthy air, a ban on the vehicle were implied near the stadium area and even most of the factories were shut down. This worked as a temporary solution to air pollution for the country and as the event come to end and the bans were reduced/removed, the pollution level reached back to up this time more terribly.
To notice and know here is that while breathing amount of particulate matter we breath in should be  2.5 microns, the more of this we intake, chances of clogging increases leading to the respiratory problem.
Amongst many cities, most polluted considered in China in Beijing, where people started considering that breathing in the air of Beijing for a day will be equivalent to puffing 40 cigarettes in one go!
At last its, a genuine request kindly not to pollute air else a day we’ll be lost in blackest of smog.

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