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Zhang Wei added: “It was as good as the annual index in some metropolises in developed countries, such as Paris, London, Moscow and Singapore. Suddenly, as fast as they appeared, the blue skies were gone and covered by the familiar, thick smog. In July, China announced plans to spend 1.7 million yuan (0 billion) on air pollution controls over the next five years.
Unfortunately, when the bans were lifted a day after the parade, the air quality index rose to 160 out of 500, a level at which “everyone may begin to experience some adverse health effects,” according to the U.
Beijing’s average levels of PM (particulate matter) also dropped by 73.2% compared to last year, according to Zhang Dawei, head of the Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center.
It is also a major transportation hub, a political and cultural center of China and was host to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.
By Amanda Briney Population: 22,000,000 (2010 estimate)Land Area: 6,487 square miles (16,801 sq km)Bordering Areas: Hebei Province to the north, west, south and part of the east and the Tianjin Municipality to the southeast Average Elevation: 143 feet (43.5 m)Beijing is a large city located in northern China.
It is also China's capital city and it is considered a direct-controlled municipality and as such it is controlled directly by China's central government instead of a province.
China has never been known as a country with the cleanest air.
Their smog reportedly kills 4,000 people every day.