Everyone likes to make a difference, so that people can remember that they are a place to be proud of, but I don't want to be a person of status. I just want to be a nobody. I can do whatever I want to do.
There is no expectation from others. I have no pressure. I enjoy a peaceful life.
I live my life all the time. My grandparents have one Dog, they have had it for two years. It has yellow hair, so I call it Xiaohuang and Xiaohuang recognize me, because when I visit my grandparents, it won't yell at me, it will lie down and wag its tail and let me touch it.
I like it very much, and I will give him a lot of bones to eat.
Because of the fog, the air quality in the capital has deteriorated. Experts are worried about particulate matter in the air, because in northern China, even if China can control the national smoking rate, fog can lead to various diseases, including lung infections and cancer. Zhong Nanshan, a respiratory expert and academician of the Chinese Academy of engineering, said PM is the main cause of smog suffocation if no intervention measures are taken The incidence rate of what is expected to be increased in the next few years is likely to be the arch criminal.
The smog will replace smoking as the primary risk factor for lung cancer. The disastrous effect of smoke is nothing new, because in London winter, heavy smoke is mainly caused by severe coal combustion, which has caused the death of Londoners, which has prompted the British to die. China's government has taken action to clean up the air, and this effort has paid off today.
In cities, the concentration of PM is significantly lower than the level of micrograms per cubic meter.
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