Air China II

Air China II

As all things in China rapidly change so does the air quality. If it doesn’t happen naturally, the government will see to it. In 2008, China seeded the air to produce rain in Beijing to clear the air for the Olympics. I was walking down the street one day with a friend and it started to rain, but it was not like a real rain, it fell in a strange misty drizzle. My friend said, “Do you know that this is not real rain, it is produced by the government.” But it cleaned things up a bit for sure. Now, can they and Washington clean the other things up also?

In the photos you can see amazing blue skies from the Beijing airport to the Forbidden City to the Great Wall… Good (H)air day! --James Elaine

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