An elderly Chinese couple got lost in the city of Nanjing for almost nine hours after being confused by the dense smog. The couple was unable to distinguish between the various buildings, as the smog made them look similar in…
Beijing has yet again been drowned in an all-too-familiar beige/gray smog for days. At times, the smog has been so thick that the middle of the day could have easily passed as evening. Over the Thanksgiving weekend as the residents of Beijing shook their heads in disgust…
While everyone in China was busy celebrating the start of the Spring Festival, a creative photographer came up with this interesting way of showing the severe pollution in the capital.
This absurd parody is amusing, but also sad as a lot of it is true and propaganda can’t hide that.
The fireworks display at the APEC grand banquet on Nov. 10 was spectacular, and was called “Nature Song” because it was meant to be green.
You may have heard that the smog has lifted in China’s capital with a special set of anti-pollution regulations for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation or APEC summit meeting.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has developed an “electronic vacuum cleaner” to remove pollution from city skies, and plans to debut it in a new park in Beijing.
The smog in China is extreme at the moment with an orange alert announced in Hebei Province on Oct. 9.