A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP
A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP
China pollution

Northern China may get reprieve from smog as cold front approaches

Gust of cold air brings rain and wind that may dissipate the haze that has choked parts of the mainland

Topic |   China pollution
A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP
A visitor takes a photo of the haze-covered Temple of Heaven in Beijing. For more than a year, dangerous smog has plagued various parts of China, but a cold front this week could change that. Photo: AFP
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