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  • Sealed off from what has come to be the regular standard of air quality in Beijing, a young girl with a gas mask sits in Beijing's popular Sanlitun shopping area on January 13. Wu Di Greenpeace/CFP
     
     
    Sealed off from what has come to be the regular standard of air quality in Beijing, a young girl with a gas mask sits in Beijing's popular Sanlitun shopping area on January 13. Wu Di Greenpeace/CFP
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Kids in Gas Masks

The city of Beijing remains shrouded in smog, two weeks after pollution levels hit a hazardous new high. Environment activists staged a photography series to raise public awareness over health effects on children and sensitive groups.

01.22.2013
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