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Choking in China? Try ’Pristine Tibet’ Air in a Can

Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- As north China chokes on toxic smog, a Chinese entrepreneur is offering a solution: canned air.

Millionaire Chen Guangbiao is selling fresh air in soft drink cans for 5 yuan (80 cents) a pop. The air comes in flavors including “Pristine Tibet,” “Post-industrial Taiwan” and “Revolutionary Yan’an.” A portion of the proceeds will go to charity, the International Business Times reports.