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Fireworks do not take the blame for the haze!

January 03,2024

On December 26, Shen Chunyao, director of the Legal Affairs Commission of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), reported to the seventh meeting of the Standing Committee of the 14th National People's Congress (NPC) on the 2023 filing review work. The record review report announced a number of typical cases, one of which involved the discharge of fireworks. After review, the LSC concluded that "on the issue of a total ban on the sale and burning of  fireworks, there are differences in understanding and it is more difficult to implement in practice, and it should be amended in accordance with the spirit of the provisions of the previous law." According to the report, after communication, the enacting authority has agreed to make changes to the relevant provisions as soon as possible.

It is understood that the ban on combustion can be traced back to 1988, but it was not until 2015, the serious problem of haze and air pollution, people will target fireworks, some places have introduced a "ban on combustion".

But, "haze and air pollution", the pot should be fireworks to back?

I think, living in the "hometown of Chinese fireworks" Liuyang people have the most to say. Liuyang, the world's largest fireworks production base, almost every day people in the fireworks. Even 2023 every weekend in the city there is a large fireworks show, creative fireworks activities throughout the year to carry out a total of 49, of which 33 weekend fireworks, cumulatively attracting more than 3 million visitors from around the world. Every visitor who comes to Liuyang to see the fireworks will marvel at the splendor of Liuyang fireworks, but also for the blue sky and blue water of Liuyang's ecological environment is deeply attracted. According to data from the relevant departments, Liuyang's air quality is 95% good all year round, and people's happiness comes from living here, where blue sky and white clouds are the norm and green water and mountains are in front of their eyes. As part of traditional Chinese culture,  fireworks bring people the feeling of happiness and joy, and we hope that this joy can be shared with friends in every city across the country, so that fireworks are no longer labeled and become part of people's lives.


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