Is Democracy Showing As Chinese App Monitors Pollution?Mark Melin
Is freedom to protest starting to emerge in China? Or will any questioning of the Beijing government and decent in their policies towards unprecedented air pollution be squashed?
Tiananmen Square protests
Against a backdrop of the recently commemorated anniversary of the Tiananmen Square uprising comes a more peaceful protest. A new mobile phone launched in China helps users track factories in China that are ignoring air pollution laws. The application shows a map . . .
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