Smog inspires bursts of creativity

Air pollution is a source of major frustration among many living in China's bustling cities.

Opinion polls consistently show the harmful effects of smog as one of the top concerns among urban dwellers.

Political protests are banned in China, so some people are finding creative ways to voice their dissatisfaction with the dirty air.

Artist Kong Ning's paintings show her frustration with air pollution

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