Air quality in major cities around the world to put it mildly, is not the best. Steel mills, power plants and factories produce poisonous gases that huge chimneys pump outside.
In addition, air is poisoned by car fumes and harmful substances produced by heating homes. Low-quality coal, plastic packaging and old furniture covered with paint absolutely should not be burned, but people wanting to save money throw these things into the furnaces at random. Pollution is cumulative and when there is no wind for several days, a toxic cloud can build and hover over a city.
The Chinese economy is the second largest in the world. This is also connected to the emission of a huge number of dangerous dusts and gases into the atmosphere. Chinese people strongly feel the effects of pollution, which are much worse than in other countries. Most alarms are issued, indicating that the air quality is awful and people should stay at home. The inhabitants of this Middle Kingdom are looking for places where they can breathe freely. Agricultural areas are less contaminated, and therefore people frequently go there to relax and “inhale healthy air.”
The villagers, seeing what was happening, came up with this really interesting idea. Go to the other side and see what they came up with.