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January 10, 2007
This evening I was returning to my hotel towards sunset.
Peak hour. Traffic seems to have doubled in just a few months.
A ten minute drive will take twenty.
I stared at the sun sinking towards the horizon, dim and red due to the thick atmosphere.
I heard that there are 2000 new cars added to Beijing streets each day.
The motorcycle with a whole family on board is being replaced by the car with one driver commuters.
Pollution seems to have double in just a few months.
Twenty years of damage will probably now only take ten.
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