Shanghai’s Clear Sky

Shanghai these days is amazing! Look at the photos I took during the weekend. It is just amazing. I just cannot understand why Shanghai’s sky can be so blue and clean. I have never experienced Shanghai like this since I came here. Anyone has any idea?

Some joked that it is because of the wave of bankrupt of factories and fewer factories work. I seems to be a joke, but I started to suspect whether it is partly true.

9 thoughts on “Shanghai’s Clear Sky

  1. Soooo looking forward to be in China again. 2 months left ! Jianshuo, I’ll spend some time in SH (most probably between Nov. 1st and Nov. 8, 2012) if you want to meet up and grab a coffee during that time frame, I’ll be glad to meet you in person, after having followed your blog for so many years ;-)

    Note that we can also meet in Beijing before that, I’ll be there between Oct. 10 and Oct. 31.

    Cheers !

  2. I’ve been in SH for 9 years, and that’s the first time I see a blue sky.
    Hopefully it will continue forever!

    I am convinced this is because of less factories running = less pollution.

  3. The lesser of the air pollution smog and lower humidity, the bluer the sky will be. Early July my family vacationed in Shanghai for a few days, I have already noticed the sky was bluing up.

  4. I am in Nanjing, and the sky is equally blue. I just don’t believe it is impacted by shutdown of factories. Does it impact the sky that much? It seems more like the wind from the ocean is blowing – pre- and after typhoon.

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