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Beijing Air Pollution Forces 20 Million People Indoors

Dangerous levels of toxic fog covers Chinese capital as result of rapid industrial growth.
01:09 | 01/14/2013

Transcript for Beijing Air Pollution Forces 20 Million People Indoors

In beijing, china, the air is so thick with pollution, it looks like night at the height of noon. At the city's famous tiananmen square, the portrait of chairman mao can barely be stand behind a... See More
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