Find Your Way Through Beijing Smog with These Drawings

By Bridget O'Donnell, December 1, 2015

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Beijingers: has all this smog made you forget what some of your favorite spots in the city normally look like on an "APEC blue" day? Tourists: not sure how to find Beijing's must-see destinations through all this "beyond index" pollution?

Fear not — Weibo users have come to the rescue! Following yesterday's smogpocalypse, netizens turned to the microblogging platform to draw outlines of the city's most famous attractions against the hazardous haze. Now you'll never have trouble finding the Forbidden City or CCTV Tower on a smoggy day ever again!

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

Netizens outline Beijing landmarks against the smog

[Images via Sina]

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