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Chinese New Year Firecrackers and Fireworks: Custom or Pollution? [Copy link] 中文

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Dalian sanitation workers cleaning up firecracker fragments.
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Shanxi Taiyuan, many business-owners set off firecrackers for good luck, while female sanitation workers sweep up firecracker litter.


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A passerby rides past the leftover fragments of firecrackers in front of a financial company on Wenhua Road in Zaozhuang city of Shandong province.
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Hubei Wuhan, burning husks of spent firecrackers.
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Renmin Road in Dalian’s Zhongshan district, several businesses set off firecrackers for good fortune.
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Zhejiang province Hangzhou, a scavenger collects the large boxes of spent fireworks.
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