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Pic shows: The sisters holding the bags of fresh air. Two entrepreneurial sisters are taking advantage of China???s polluted city air by selling fresh stuff bagged in the mountains to choking citizens. The unnamed women from the city of Xining, capital of Qinghai province in western China, are selling sandwich bags full of what they say is fresh mountain air for 15 RMB (1.68 GPB) ??" in a country where the average annual salary was reported as 67,569 RMB (7,606 GBP) last year. They say their bags of air have been scooped up and sealed on the Tibetan plateau, far from the factories and vehicles that pollute Chinese cities. A website advertising the women???s product offers a choice of mountain or valley air but a video shows them collecting it in a city park. They say they have moved 100 bags of air so far but that they are running the "business" to raise awareness of China???s pollution problem more than to make a serious profit. Some netizens lambasted them for being apparently environmentally conscious but still using disposable plastic bags. One anonymous critic wrote: "Deceitful marketing. The air belongs to the Earth, how can you make it your private property and sell it off?" The women are the latest in a line of people and groups to strike on the idea of selling air in China, for various reasons. The forestry department of the city of Xi???an in the central province of Shaanxi started selling cans of forest air this year, retailing them at 18 RMB (2 GBP). Chinese media even reported that the scheme had benefited from 200,000 RMB (22,400 GBP) of government funding though no more details were given. And they said Australian and Canadian air could even be bought in China. Air pollution is known to be a significant problem for the Asian giant, where in 2016 a study found that 254 out of 338 tested areas fell below the minimum national standard. (ends)
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EN_01280987_0002 EUR
Pic shows: The sisters holding the bags of fresh air. Two entrepreneurial sisters are taking advantage of China???s polluted city air by selling fresh stuff bagged in the mountains to choking citizens. The unnamed women from the city of Xining, capital of Qinghai province in western China, are selling sandwich bags full of what they say is fresh mountain air for 15 RMB (1.68 GPB) ??" in a country where the average annual salary was reported as 67,569 RMB (7,606 GBP) last year. They say their bags of air have been scooped up and sealed on the Tibetan plateau, far from the factories and vehicles that pollute Chinese cities. A website advertising the women???s product offers a choice of mountain or valley air but a video shows them collecting it in a city park. They say they have moved 100 bags of air so far but that they are running the "business" to raise awareness of China???s pollution problem more than to make a serious profit. Some netizens lambasted them for being apparently environmentally conscious but still using disposable plastic bags. One anonymous critic wrote: "Deceitful marketing. The air belongs to the Earth, how can you make it your private property and sell it off?" The women are the latest in a line of people and groups to strike on the idea of selling air in China, for various reasons. The forestry department of the city of Xi???an in the central province of Shaanxi started selling cans of forest air this year, retailing them at 18 RMB (2 GBP). Chinese media even reported that the scheme had benefited from 200,000 RMB (22,400 GBP) of government funding though no more details were given. And they said Australian and Canadian air could even be bought in China. Air pollution is known to be a significant problem for the Asian giant, where in 2016 a study found that 254 out of 338 tested areas fell below the minimum national standard. (ends)
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EN_01280987_0003 EUR
Pic shows: The sisters holding the bags of fresh air. Two entrepreneurial sisters are taking advantage of China???s polluted city air by selling fresh stuff bagged in the mountains to choking citizens. The unnamed women from the city of Xining, capital of Qinghai province in western China, are selling sandwich bags full of what they say is fresh mountain air for 15 RMB (1.68 GPB) ??" in a country where the average annual salary was reported as 67,569 RMB (7,606 GBP) last year. They say their bags of air have been scooped up and sealed on the Tibetan plateau, far from the factories and vehicles that pollute Chinese cities. A website advertising the women???s product offers a choice of mountain or valley air but a video shows them collecting it in a city park. They say they have moved 100 bags of air so far but that they are running the "business" to raise awareness of China???s pollution problem more than to make a serious profit. Some netizens lambasted them for being apparently environmentally conscious but still using disposable plastic bags. One anonymous critic wrote: "Deceitful marketing. The air belongs to the Earth, how can you make it your private property and sell it off?" The women are the latest in a line of people and groups to strike on the idea of selling air in China, for various reasons. The forestry department of the city of Xi???an in the central province of Shaanxi started selling cans of forest air this year, retailing them at 18 RMB (2 GBP). Chinese media even reported that the scheme had benefited from 200,000 RMB (22,400 GBP) of government funding though no more details were given. And they said Australian and Canadian air could even be bought in China. Air pollution is known to be a significant problem for the Asian giant, where in 2016 a study found that 254 out of 338 tested areas fell below the minimum national standard. (ends)
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EN_01280987_0004 EUR
Pic shows: The bags with fresh air. Two entrepreneurial sisters are taking advantage of China???s polluted city air by selling fresh stuff bagged in the mountains to choking citizens. The unnamed women from the city of Xining, capital of Qinghai province in western China, are selling sandwich bags full of what they say is fresh mountain air for 15 RMB (1.68 GPB) ??" in a country where the average annual salary was reported as 67,569 RMB (7,606 GBP) last year. They say their bags of air have been scooped up and sealed on the Tibetan plateau, far from the factories and vehicles that pollute Chinese cities. A website advertising the women???s product offers a choice of mountain or valley air but a video shows them collecting it in a city park. They say they have moved 100 bags of air so far but that they are running the "business" to raise awareness of China???s pollution problem more than to make a serious profit. Some netizens lambasted them for being apparently environmentally conscious but still using disposable plastic bags. One anonymous critic wrote: "Deceitful marketing. The air belongs to the Earth, how can you make it your private property and sell it off?" The women are the latest in a line of people and groups to strike on the idea of selling air in China, for various reasons. The forestry department of the city of Xi???an in the central province of Shaanxi started selling cans of forest air this year, retailing them at 18 RMB (2 GBP). Chinese media even reported that the scheme had benefited from 200,000 RMB (22,400 GBP) of government funding though no more details were given. And they said Australian and Canadian air could even be bought in China. Air pollution is known to be a significant problem for the Asian giant, where in 2016 a study found that 254 out of 338 tested areas fell below the minimum national standard. (ends)
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