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By Raveena Aulakh Environment Wed. The documentary "Under the Dome" was viewed by hundreds of millions of outraged people in China for a week before it was abruptly banned there. The minute documentary — devastatingly critical of all levels of China government — was recently released online and viewed by hundreds of millions of outraged people in China for a week before it was abruptly banned there.
List of Archived Posts Newsgroup Postings (02/02 - 03/26) Trump to sign cyber security order Trump to sign cyber security order IBM s Trump, Wall Street and the "banking caucus" ready to rip apart Dodd-Frank. Mar 04, · With TED Talk pacing, Under the Dome articulates the overwhelming scale of the crisis. Over a dozen major urban centres -- not just the nation's capital -- exceed China's smog limits between and days a year. Under the Dome, a documentary investigating pollution and air quality in China, has been pulled from Chinese video sites by the country’s .
Since the TED talk-style documentary was first released online, anti-smog protests have broken out in Shanxi, the coal-mining province, a hour environmental complaint hotline that Jing referred to in the documentary has reported a per cent surge in calls.
And Forbes said that companies in the environmental monitoring business have seen their stocks climb.
But in the documentary, Chai laid out important issues in compelling and even personal ways. At one point early on, she interviews a six-year-old in Shanxi, one of the most polluted places on earth.
The documentary has ignited such a storm that the government is worried the environmental angst may lead to social unrest, said Hu. They are now playing catch up.The article you have been looking for has expired and is not longer available on our system.
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Mar 02, · Under The Dome notches up m views for Chai Jing, who tells of her concerns about the effect of country’s filthy air on her child “A government that has unrestricted power is the biggest pollutant of society.
In the same month, former journalist Chai Jing's documentary about the country's air pollution problems Under the Dome made headlines across the world.
In China it went viral—over million views were recorded within 24 hours of its release, suggesting strong public resonance with Chai Jing's message (Fu, ). Watch video · A move by censors to ban the documentary “Under the Dome” could backfire among a population demanding solutions for chronic air pollution.
By. A government order has gone out to "absolutely discontinue coverage of the documentary 'Under the Dome' and its creator." The video itself can still be found by Chinese netizens.
The video itself. Recently (28th Feb ), former Chinese journalist Chai Jing released an anti-pollution documentary, “Under the Dome”, which talks about China’s horrendous air pollution and is critical of the Chinese government’s policies which she blames for the country’s pollution crisis.