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Blue skies over Beijing

Blue skies return to the capital after a week of smog and soupy air.

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“China is taking the climate change issue seriously and cautiously”

Zou Xi (邹曦), a reporter at the Beijing Science & Technology Report (北京科技报), speaks to Danwei about science and the environment.

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Man fired for having a birthmark on his head in Shenzhen

New Express: the mayors in Guangdong swam across Zhujiang yesterday, as a way to show the accomplishment of the government in clearing up the once heavily-polluted river.

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Plastic packaging for paperbacks

Buyers of new books like the comfort of knowing that no one has flipped through their book before. Plastic wraps provide that comfort.

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Beijing traffic: it’s back

The first day of bad traffic in Beijing after Olympic restrictions ended on the weekend.

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Chaoyang District apologizes for stink after another “stroll”

The Beijing News (新京报): In a news conference, Yin Xiufeng apologized to Gao’antun residents for the stench coming out of a dump site.

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Pollution wussies go quiet

Air pollution in Beijing: it’s not killing the athletes.

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Coping with pollution on China’s coast

Coastal pollution and pomegranates; remembering the past; Confucianism vs. democracy; quake lake to burst.

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Glasses-gate and other earthquake scandals

Posturing in the quake relief effort; a guide to handling disabled people; combatting pollution; flood evac.

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Leaving the sea behind

Fishermen leaving the shore; Prank definitions for chengguan; ethnic prejudice vs. Tibetans; India vs. China in Africa; Terminal 3 is big, says Imagethief.

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