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seneca Post time: 2016-1-15 09:27
Maybe this is because far more Chinese are guilty of blatant acoustic pollution than of air or wat ...

People in the town rush to the places like countryside at weekend to seek for a peaceful moment. Everybody can't stand sound pollution. Why people focus less on this matter?

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seneca Post time: 2016-1-15 10:04
I do no know for sure but could generalised deafness be the cause?t

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Don't moan and groan on Forum, go straight to the Ministry of Environment; they are charged with tackling air, water, land and noise pollution!
Yes, it is a shame that everyone in Chinese cities is suffering the noise pollution, way above what the law permits! Just walk down a shopping mall and your ears would be blasted by loudspeakers turned up to full volume, constantly advertising the shops' products and asking you to step indoor for a look!  All these shopkeepers are breaking the law, but the Ministry seems to be turning a deaf ear(pardon the pun)!And Chinese motorists are contibuting to the noise pollution too.  They blast their horn for no apaprent good reason, often out of frustration at traffic jams, or slow moving vehicles in front due to heavy traffic, and often too when the traffic lights just changed they immediaely blast their horn to get the car in front to move instantly!
Eventually, if noise pollution is not tackled swiftly, we will all lose our hearing!

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pnp Post time: 2016-1-19 14:37
Don't moan and groan on Forum, go straight to the Ministry of Environment; they are charged with tac ...

We have the same feeling, the same experience and the same appeal.

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