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A co-pilot smoking an electronic cigarette in the cockpit of an Air China flight caused the plane to suddenly drop 6,000 meters- By Steven Jiang, CNN | July 13th, 2018 when he mistakenly turned off its air conditioning system. A senior official from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) told reporters Friday that, without notifying the pilot, the unnamed co-pilot was trying to turn off air recycling fans to prevent the vapor from spreading into the passenger cabin. Instead, he toggled the wrong switches, which were close to hisRead More
For years, Andy Yang was one of the 300 million-odd Chinese who smoke cigarettes. By Quinlan & Denise Hruby | November 10th, 2016 “I used to cough badly at night, and I couldn’t run more than 50 meters,” the 33-year-old Shanghai resident told Sixth Tone. More than 1 million Chinese die prematurely due to smoking each year, and Yang knows of some of the health risks associated with the habit. But quitting, he said, is no easy feat. The only way he was able to toss out his cigarettes wasRead More
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 11 — The crackdown on vaping here has sparked concern from vape businesses in China who do trade with Malaysian counterparts, a local vape advocacy group said. By Boo Su-Lyn – November 11, 2015 Malaysian E-Vaporisers and Tobacco Alternative Association (Mevta) chairman Allan Foo, who is currently in Shenzhen, China for a conference with Chinese vape traders today, said Malaysia exports vape liquids to China and imports hardware from the Asian country. “They’re worried because Malaysia is their second-largest market, after the US,” Foo told Malay MailRead More