For all the grievances that need to be addressed in China, they are usually dealt with in three ways: complain and blame, unwilling acceptance, and subconscious participation. When water becomes undrinkable, we simply choose bottled water; when there’s a food scandal, we just avoid the type of food and restaurants; but when the air becomes smog-heavy, we can do nothing except for maybe leave this city. Sometimes, waiting for changes to happen means passive consent. Sometimes, there’s no other way but to be the change you want to see. Some Chinese youths have decided to be this change in improving Beijing’s air quality, and have started a movement called SEEDERGY. Their first project is helping reduce excess car emissions created by rampant jaywalking.

For all the grievances that need to be addressed in China, they are usually dealt with in three ways: complain and blame, unwilling acceptance, and subconscious participation. When water becomes undrinkable, we simply choose bottled water; when there’s a food scandal, we just avoid the type of food and restaurants; but when the air becomes smog-heavy, we can do nothing except for maybe leave this city. Sometimes, waiting for changes to happen means passive consent. Sometimes, there’s no other way but to be the change you want to see. Some Chinese youths have decided to be this change in improving Beijing’s air quality, and have started a movement called SEEDERGY. Their first project is helping reduce excess car emissions created by rampant jaywalking.

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