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Beijing's air pollution is getting a little less deadly

China’s war on pollution is starting to make some headway. In the notoriously smoggy Chinese capital of Beijing, air pollution—measured by the concentration of PM2.5 particulate matter—fell by 13% during the first quarter of this year. 331 more words

Easter Sunday 2015

This year was my second time spending Easter away from family and friends, but just like last year I was able to find a new ‘family’ to spend Easter with. 108 more words

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Pancake Makers

Ricoh GR, ISO 400, 1/60 sec, f/3.5, EV 0.0. Post processing in Viveza 2 and Silver Efex Pro 2. 8 more words

Photography

[Weibo Update: 04.10.15] CNBLUE's Yong Hwa rides the dragon to Beijing

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“You can summon dragon god by gathering 7 elements!   Today i ride a dragon into Beijing!!!”

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Central, Western China Have Worst Air Pollution, Greenpeace Says

China’s central and western regions had the worst air pollution in the nation during the first quarter, according to Greenpeace East Asia.

Henan, Hubei, Hunan and Sichuan were among the 10 worst-polluted provinces in the three months ended March 31, Greenpeace said in an e-mailed statement. 221 more words

Air Quality

JF-17's make for weak show of strength by Pakistan

Escorting China’s leader, Xi Jinping, must have been a bittersweet moment for the Pakistani Air Force. On the one hand sending up an ochtet of JF-17s to watch over the President as he flew from Beijing to Islamabad, the first visit to Pakistan by a Chinese leader since 2006, was doubtless an impressive show of strength. 299 more words

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Customs of the Chinese Post

By far, one of the more laughable things about living in China is the postal system. People tootle around in little bicycle trucks with China Post or EMS or Amazon on the sides, delivering packages and letters to their destinations. 393 more words

China