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Share Air pollution insurance, anyone?
2014-3-20 01:01
I just read an article from China Daily about Ctrip and Pingan starting to cooperate for smog travel insurance. Insurance is to be applied first in Beijing, Xi'an, Harbin, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shanghai. The premium will be 10-15 yuan, and the maximum compensation will be 50 yuan per day. One can buy the insurance for trips booked via Ctrip lasting from three to seven days. To get the insurance money, the air quality index (AQI) must be over 200. My first reaction to this was in ...
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  • My year 2015, a year of changes 2016-1-3 13:01

    youxiudeyou: Yes, we were playing the 八路军, communists fighting against Japanese.
    Very impressive. Yan'an was the headquarter of 8RA. In those days, there were quite a number of American expatriates working there. They were from US Army (military consultants and observers) as well as resident correspondents from US press including Edgar Snow, Anna Louise Strong, Agnes Smedley, etc. During the period between 1937 and 1945, Mao told the whole nation and the world via Reuters that the United States of America was the light tower and the world model from whom we should learn democracy and liberty. When he took the power in 1949, he changed his face and turned to learn things from Stalin. No consistency.

  • My year 2015, a year of changes 2016-1-2 21:30

    voice_cd: Thanks for sharing your story here, we have highlighted it in our blog homepage.
    Thanks for highlighting, would be nice to write more often.

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