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Heavy fog?

31 Jan

Heavy fog?

Heavy fog is revisiting Beijing and its neighbouring areas, bringing traffic woes to the yearly rush ahead of Chinese New Year Holiday.

The bad weather has prompted authorities to issue a warning for most areas in North China.

The city of Tianjin has seen a temporary shutdown of most of its expressways. In some parts of Henan Province in Central China, the fog has reduced visibility to 200 meters. At least 109 flights have been canceled.

In Shandong province in Eastern China, poor visibility has forced government to close half the expressways. 3 major airports have also been shut, grounding thousands of passengers.

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Ondertussen draaien en vervuilen de fabrieken overuren want iedereen wil het Springfestival (Chinese New Year) vieren in zijn/haar hometown met de familie. Alle deuren en ramen worden versierd met de chinese gelukskleur rood terwijl de lucht verder grijs kleurt.
1 lichtpuntje: de week van Springfestival is zeker mooi, dan zijn de fabrieken dicht en wordt er weer even wat zilvernitraat de lucht in geknald en tadaaah: blauwe lucht!

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2 Responses to “Heavy fog?”

  1. lottie February 6, 2013 at 4:59 pm #

    belgie had ook smog alarm….dusssssssssssssssssssssssss

    kus lottie

    • Max Pauke February 6, 2013 at 5:44 pm #

      Gutgut…

      Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone

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