Young Chinese students show their face masks with paintings they made at an art lesson to learn about smog at the Primary School of Huzhou Teachers College in Huzhou city, east Chinas Zhejiang province, 12 December 2013. A primary school in east Chinas Zhejiang province on Thursday (12 December 2013) launched an art lesson to teach young students to make smog-themed paintings on their face masks, aimed to make them know more about the form of form of air pollution. Dozens of students at the Primary School of Huzhou Teachers College painted their masks with different content from Chinese characters to colorful drawings to raise their attention and sense on environmental protection and self-protection against smog.
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