Chinese study reportedly called "unlivable" cities
What's happening is that those who can avoid the smog, especially families with children, are escaping what a recent Chinese study reportedly called "unlivable" cities like Beijing. They’re seeking permanent residency in America and Canada, and European countries Cyprus, Portugal, and the U.K.
Earlier this winter I spoke with half a dozen wealthy mothers in Beijing who explained to me how pollution had some of them considering moving away. It was enlightening to hear because what the survey doesn't tell you is that the rich don’t take moving to another country lightly. The women explained what a hard decision it was to make.
China's culture and language had them wanting to stay. But many of them were afraid for their children's health, leading them to plans to go abroad.
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