Beijing reappears dust storm, pollution serious Chinese Communist Party official media happy report was ironic

On March 28, another sandstorm appeared in Beijing. The official report of the sandstorm was the “blue sun” in Beijing and the unabated enthusiasm of visitors to the Forbidden City. Some netizens mocked that going out for a round and coming back is unearthed relics.

“China Forestry Network” WeChat public number 28, said the same day at 2 a.m., the dust from high altitude into the northwest of Beijing, began to affect Beijing. By 7 a.m., most of Beijing was affected by sand and dust, with visibility as low as 1 kilometer and serious air quality pollution.

Meanwhile, northern Shaanxi, northwestern Shanxi, central Hebei and western Jilin were also affected by sand and dust one after another.

Beijing has declared a yellow warning for sandstorms and a blue warning for high winds. In addition, the Beijing Meteorological Bureau has launched a meteorological disaster (sand and dust) level IV emergency response at 11:30 on March 27.

The Beijing Ecological and Environmental Monitoring Center said that at 7:00 a.m. on the 28th, the average PM10 concentration in Beijing was over 2,000 micrograms per cubic meter, reaching level 6 severe air pollution. As of 11:00, Beijing’s air quality was still at the highest level of severe pollution.

According to pictures of Beijing circulated on the Internet on the 28th, the weather conditions in Beijing were no different from those during the sandstorm on March 15, with yellow sand in the sky and a dull and dreary sky.

On March 15, just after the two Communist Party meetings, Beijing experienced the strongest sandstorm weather in nearly a decade. Then on March 17, Beijing was plunged into dusty weather again as the dust returned after moving south to central China and the north-central Yangtze River Delta region; and on March 24, Beijing experienced dusty weather again. This Time (March 28) was the fourth time in a month that Beijing experienced sandy and dusty weather this year.

On March 28, Beijing was again caught in a sandstorm.

On March 28, another sandstorm occurred in Beijing.

However, with such bad environmental pollution, the Chinese Communist Party media can still “report” bad things as “good news”.

Beijing Daily and Beijing Evening News New Vision said that the “blue sun” appeared again in Beijing due to the influence of rice scattering after the sandstorm, asking in a surprised tone: “Did you catch it?” The hype also said that “some netizens found that the sun in the sky turned blue, just like the sun seen on Mars” and so on.

On the same day, Xi’an Business Daily’s swirl video issued a “Beijing again sandy weather Forbidden City tourists enthusiasm has not diminished”, allowing tourists to claim that even if Beijing encountered a sandstorm, the excitement will not diminish, the Forbidden City in the dusty weather becomes more beautiful, etc..

Some netizens mocked: “Yo, also appreciate up? Rare up? The face are not!” “Editor what mood to send this message it, excited, proud, other places to appreciate?”

Other netizens pointed out, “Now go out for a walk, come back is the unearthed relics.” “Beijing’s gloom and dust ah, feel buried in the throat full of yellow sand, gasping for breath are the sound of the wind over the Gobi.”

There are also netizens said, “Go out and eat dinner to hurry Home, Beijing this sandy weather really let people collapse.” “This March, two days of blue skies two dust storms, the rest is all gloomy.”

Yesterday (27th) parts of Inner Mongolia has been a strong sand and dust storms.

The Central Weather Station previously issued a yellow warning of sand and dust storms said that from 08:00 on March 27 to 08:00 on March 28, Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and other parts of the region have sandy or floating dust weather, of which, Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Inner Mongolia and other parts of the region have sand storms and strong dust storms.

March 28 to 29, Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, Henan, Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang and other parts of the region have sandy or dusty weather, of which, Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Liaoning, Inner Mongolia and other areas have sandstorms.