Students of a middle school in China forced to sustain exams in smog

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Photos were sent to local media and became viral. The principal of the school in central China’s Henan has been suspended for organizing outdoor exam in smog. The education commission for Anyang prefecture has found that Feng Jisheng, the head teacher, failed to heed official requests Thick smog generated from coal burnt for heating has been engulfing northern China for days the winter’s first air-pollution “red alert.” Some major roads in the capital had to be closed, and even some flights at the city’s airport were canceled. The AQI reached above 500, a “hazardous” level of air pollution which authorities recommend not stepping foot outside in unnecessarily.

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