Polluted Chinese city imports bags of fresh mountain air

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ZHENGZHOU, CHINA – It seems like something from another world, or maybe just the movies.

But imported air is actually happening in China.

The pollution in some areas is so bad, that bags of mountain air were shipped in from 120 miles away as a treat for residents of Henan province. The poor oxygen-starved citizens only got a few sniffs a piece so there was enough to go around.

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