Very polluted and smoggy. The city made some efforts to curb the pollution for the 2008 Olympics, and they did manage to reduce the concentration of polluting particles in the air by 9 percentage points, to 27 percent. Yet the air quality in Beijing still violated the World Health Organization’s guidelines on air pollution for most of the summer. And now, one year after the games, the air quality has gone back to the way it was before, and is rated “hazardous” by the Chinese embassy.
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