Everywhere I go in the past few weeks I find myself walking into walls of smoke.
Today being the third day in Hong Kong's smoking ban, and the air quality on the streets of Hong Kong appear to have worsen.
May be it is because there are more smokers that are now force to smoke outside, polluting the air we, non-smokers, breath more than it already is.
Has this smoking ban been implemented correctly? Unlike many other countries and cities that imposed similar laws, Hong Kong is much more populated and polluted than other cities. Should the government extend the ban to public streets? Since the ground pollution on majority of the streets of Hong Kong are already very bad.