3. It raises citizen awareness of the cost of China’s economic development.
Like they say, any publicity is good publicity. Keep talking about China and their pollution problem — you’re keeping us relevant, bitches!
4. It makes people funnier.
Smog, pollution, cancer, death, respiratory problems — hilarious! Hey, you’ve got to have a sense of humour about these things right?
5.It makes people more knowledgeable (of things like meteorology and English word ‘haze’).
One quick Google is all it takes to learn all about pollution in China — but you wouldn’t have Googled it if the problem didn’t exist, right? See — you should be grateful for the smog; it’s made you smarter.
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