Beijing Officials Mum on Air Quality Readings
(Beijing)—In the face of growing citizen concerns over Beijing's air quality, government officials are refusing to release any additional data collected from their air quality monitors.
On December 4 and 5, thick smog descended on the nation's capital, prompting Beijing officials to cancel hundreds of flights and shut down a few major highways.
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