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Is it time to ban smoking on regular trains?

njylgcgl.org | Updated: 2020-12-05 09:00
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Editor's note: A passenger filed a lawsuit against the railway company over secondhand smoke wafting from the connective areat of carriages during a six-hour train journey from Jinan to Beijing. Smoking is banned in high-speed trains in China, but is permitted in regular train carriages, and most trains have set up smoking areas. Readers share their opinions.

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Suffering secondhand smoke is far more harmful than one doing that, so in all public places, it has to be forbidden. A law should be imposed to prohibit smoking! It can't wait anymore!

A passenger smokes before a high-speed train leaves the station in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, Feb 25, 2014. [Photo/IC]
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