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Beijing's efforts to reduce air pollution has triggered debates over everything from whether the city's new air has smelled better to whether it is actually a good idea to build skyscrapers in a city filled with volcanoes.
The Chinese capital has been gripped by an air pollution emergency since Dec. 31, with some cities experiencing levels of PM2.5—ultrafine particles with an average size of 2.5 micrometres—more than 100 times the level considered safe by the World Health Organization.
But for the past few days, some of the capital's tallest skyscrapers have been lit up bright pink for World Women's Day.
The gesture, seen as a direct rebuke to Beijing's publicity-shy officials, has caused much backlash on social media.
One Weibo user labelled the new colour scheme "an insult to women", while another said: "How can we not think about how the position of women is improving, but instead feel angry?"
Many pointed to the fact that red banners have been hoisted all over the city in recent days to mark World War II victory.
Chinese women were given the vote after the war, and were allowed to work in previously male-dominated industries.
There has been a sense of optimism among some observers, with some suggesting that the protest could be seen as a way for ordinary Chinese to reclaim their space in the country.
One Weibo user wrote: "I want to say that people in the low-income areas are optimistic. Of course the government won't listen to us, but we are hopeful that even the most impossible is possible."
According to Greenpeace, China has been the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases since 1990.
In 2016 the country shipped about 10 million tonnes of coal to overseas, according to Reuters.
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