Pollution is a problem for china's limited natural resources with a population of more than 13 billion people, resource management is of utmost concern to the government. On saturday february 28th, the environmental documentary under the dome, which looks at the increasing problem of pollution within china, was released online. Only in china would a documentary on air pollution garner more than 100 million views in less than 48 hours to the concerns raised by under the dome attention to an issue that has been. Chinese censors took down a hugely popular documentary on china's air pollution crisis this past weekend, according to reports by the wall street journal and the new york times under the dome. Just 3 days after under the dome went massively viral (152 million views on china's tencent alone), exposing the reality of china's disastrous pollution in an in-depth 104-minute documentary, the ft reports chinese censors have moved to tamp down discussion domestically.
English subtitles of the documentary are not yet completely finished, but if you can, grab a chinese friend and watch it together english subtitles are now completely finished, and other. When under the dome, a ted talk-style documentary investigating china's air pollution went viral in china in march 2015, the newly appointed minister of environmental protection personally. Over the past two weeks, former cctv reporter chai jing's documentary under the dome - investigating china's smog caused a sensation in china and the rest of the world we were (naturally) especially interested in the parts of under the dome that deal with vehicle emissions.
A recent, widely seen documentary on air pollution in china — by the name of under the dome — appears to have had a strangely pronounced effect on the chinese government. But under the dome is still readily available online, although china digital times reports that chinese censors have ordered media outlets not to further promote the documentary and to. Beijing — under the dome, a searing documentary about china's catastrophic air pollution, had hundreds of millions of views on chinese websites within days of its release one week ago. The 100 million-and-counting views of chinese air pollution documentary under the dome is dramatic, but shouldn't come as any surprise in a country where discussion of smog is more commonplace. It was called under the dome and the documentary forced the government to act on air pollution within months, beijing said it would increase taxes on air polluters and cut back on coal within months, beijing said it would increase taxes on air polluters and cut back on coal.
The timing of under the dome's release, intentional or not, has led many online to wonder whether the issue of environmental protection will be a focus there the well-connected and savvy chai. However, a documentary about this country's collapsing air quality has become an internet sensation it's been reported that hundreds of millions of chinese citizens have watched 'under the dome. In her ground-breaking documentary under the dome 穹顶之下, former cctv journalist chai jing discusses china's pollution and poor air quality a high-profile and extensive investigation into the country 'airpocalypse', the documentary - today banned within china - has led more and more chinese people to think about the environment. Last week, under the dome, a biting documentary about china's air pollution problem went viral in the country, garnering more than 300 million views.
Under the dome notches up 100m views for chai jing, who tells of her concerns about the effect of country's filthy air on her child a government that has unrestricted power is the biggest pollutant of society we are not getting to the crux of the issue if we do not see this problem chai. 'under the dome' air pollution documentary turns viral sensation since saturday's release, the film on china's crippling pollution has been viewed over 100 million times. Under the dome garnered more than 155 million hits in the first 24 hours after it premiered on half a dozen chinese websites on feb 28, an audience that movies and tv shows can only dream about.
Under the dome (chinese: 穹顶之下 pinyin: qióngdǐng zhī xià) is a 2015 self-financed, chinese documentary film by chai jing, a former china central television journalist, concerning air pollution in china. A lot of chinese didn't know there was a smog problem in china until 2012, when the government finally relented and started publishing pollution data since then, sales of products such as air purifiers, medicines that improve respiratory and lung issues, and face masks have soared as much as 130% in a single month. About the same number of chinese (75%) say water pollution is a very or moderately big problem, and of 15 issues tested, both rank among the public's top concerns more than a third (36%) of the public believes air pollution will improve over the next five years.
Under the dome is a documentary about air pollution in china, made and self-funded by investigative journalist chai jing she presents it herself in an inconvenient truth sort of style, mixing a presentation to an audience with interviews and reportage. Under the dome, a documentary investigating pollution and air quality in china, has been pulled from chinese video sites by the country's government the film drew hundreds of millions of. The power of under the dome an online documentary about air pollution in china called under the dome has done exactly that for the peoples' republic it made the problem very.