Enough has been said about the Nokia Smartphones and company finally seems to understand the requirement and expectations of the consumers. Nokia is now planning to hit China market with two low and high range phones.
For the past few days, we have been reading reports about tangible role of a Chinese People's Liberation Army unit in Shanghai behind hacking attempts made on American corporations, organizations and government agencies recently. However, China's defense ministry has come out to clear the air by completely denying the news revealed by an American security firm.
Scientists have expressed their concerns towards the import of food items from China as heavy usage of antibiotics on farms has become a threat to the food safety of Australia. Antibiotics that are being rigorously used by China on animal farms will tend to cause antibiotic resistance, according to the US scientists.
Beijing has been showing worst levels of air pollution. January seems to have broken the record of all times. The levels have been termed as `unhealthy' by the experts.
Since February 2008, the U. S. embassy in Beijing has measured hazardous small particles called PM2.5. The readings have not been unveiled by the embassy.
China's coal industry is booming. With it, the consumption has tripled. It may have quickened the economic growth but it appears that the smog is thriving in the sky.
No doubt Datong is called as coal capital of China. Men are at work and the air speaks of the hard work as it's turned dirty and blackened by the coal dust.
It seems things are not going to be back on track for China soon as they battle dithering air quality condition now. It has been claimed that the air quality index has reached a dangerous mark, thereby forcing people to stay indoors.
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