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  • Nicole Webber
    Nicole Webber wrote:
    <p>I am not sure if members can use Twitter in Beijing. I have learned that the US Embassy runs Beijing Air giving updates of the air quality in Beijing. http://twitter.com/#!/BeijingAir<a href="http://twitter.com/#!/BeijingAir">BeijingAir</a></p> <p>11-29-2011; 15:00; PM2.5; 48.0; 121; Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups // Ozone; 0.0; 0; No Reading</p>
  • Nicole Webber
    Nicole Webber wrote:

    I realise that this may be old news, however, I just wanted to point out that the US Embassy posts hourly updates on Twitter.

  • Nicole Webber
    Nicole Webber wrote:

    Reginald That was an interesing observation. Here are the three last posts from Beijing Air at 2045pm UK Time, it is not looking to healthy today.

    BeijingAir

    11-30-2011; 04:00; PM2.5; 238.0; 288; Very Unhealthy // Ozone; 0.0; 0; No Reading

    30 minutes ago

    BeijingAir

    11-30-2011; 03:00; PM2.5; 174.0; 224; Very Unhealthy // Ozone; 0.0; 0; No Reading

    1 hour ago

    BeijingAir

    11-30-2011; 02:00; PM2.5; no data // Ozone; 0.0; 0; No Reading

    2 hours ago

    BeijingAir

    11-30-2011; 01:00; PM2.5; no data // Ozone; 0.0; 0; No Reading

    3 hours ago

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