How to avoid being a poor traveler in China
China is the third-worst place in the world for poor travelers, according to a new study.
The country has one of the world’s highest rates of travel-related illnesses, including pneumonia, diarrhea, and pneumonia caused by respiratory infections, according the World Health Organization (WHO).
The report, which was conducted by the Chinese government and conducted by two consulting firms, finds that in the first quarter of 2018, more than 7,200 people died in China because of the nation’s poor air quality.
The report also found that more than one million people die every year from air pollution related to pollution, including particulate matter, ozone and nitrogen dioxide.
“We have a lot of good policies and laws, but we need to work on implementation,” said China-based researcher Chen Guangzhong.
“There are no policies that are perfect.
And if we are not getting good policies implemented, the poor people will continue to suffer.”
“If we are getting good laws, we should make them better, but if not, then we need a lot more resources to support the poor, and make sure the poor can take care of themselves,” said Chen.
A recent study by the China-American Medical Association found that the average cost of air pollution treatment in China was about $3,700 a year.
But Chen said that many people who receive treatment for respiratory conditions, such as asthma, often do not have enough money for treatment and will eventually die.
“The poor have not benefitted from the improvements in public health measures,” Chen said.
“They have suffered, and the situation is worsening.”
Chen, who has been a doctor for over 30 years, has been living in China for the past two years.
He said that his first trip to the country in March 2016 was one of his “first trips as a poor person.”
He said he visited Shanghai, Beijing, and Nanjing.
“I did not have any allergies or other medical problems,” Chen told MSNBC.
“All I needed was a mask, gloves, and sunscreen.
“China is like the Titanic, it has the highest number of people, and it is a disaster for people who live there,” he said. “
This was my first trip as a ‘poor traveler,'” Chen said, adding that he went through some major changes in China in his first year in the country.
“China is like the Titanic, it has the highest number of people, and it is a disaster for people who live there,” he said.
The study found that people living in rural areas were less likely to be able to afford treatment.
In the cities, people who were poor were more likely to have medical problems, and those who were ill were more susceptible to getting sick, including influenza, pneumonia, and other respiratory illnesses.
“People living in cities are more exposed to pollution and other environmental pollution,” Chen added.
“It is hard to find someone who is not exposed to it.”
Chen said he was not surprised by the findings, given that the government’s environmental policy has been in the works for several years.
“But I think we need more resources for the poor,” Chen concluded.
“What we need is a better public health system and better policies.”