At Bloomberg Christina Larson reports on the dramatic rise of cancer in China: A recent report...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 10, 2010
From Didi Kirsten Tatlow in the New York Times: China has the world’s largest population, so it easily lends itself to superlatives. Even so, its 350 million smokers and the sheer scale of its tobacco industry overshadow others....
by Paulina Hartono | May 9, 2009
Earlier this month, leaders in Gong’an County of Hebei Province issued an order for officials to smoke 23,000 packs of locally-produced cigarettes a year, but were met with a backlash from local media. The order was later...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 29, 2008
An international tobacco company discouraged public smoking bans in China and tried to divert attention away from the health risks associated with smoking as they made forays into the country’s cigarette market. From the...
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