A number of Chinese social media users have been discussing the use of mini bags in China.
Some of the comments on Chinese social sites are, in Chinese, similar to the ones in a YouTube video from 2014: “Mini bag is really good for the environment,” “China is the biggest country in the world with the least pollution, so it should have the smallest environmental impact.”
This is similar to comments made by Chinese commentators in 2014 on the use and environmental impact of micro-dots.
“The idea of microdots is to make a little bit of pollution go away, but not so much that you will need to pay a tax,” one commenter wrote.
“You could also use it to put a little more air into the air, as a result of which you could reduce the amount of pollution in your hometown,” said another commenter.
In a 2014 article on micro-dot technology, one blogger suggested that it could be used to reduce pollution in Shanghai, and said it could even be used as an alternative to electric cars.
“Micro-dotes are being used for environmental protection by people in Shanghai who are trying to get rid of the smog, pollution, and other air pollution,” said one commenter.
Another commenter commented that it is better to wear a micro-dress for the climate, rather than just a mini-bag.
“This will keep you warm in the winter,” another commenter said.
(Photo by Benoit Tessier/AFP via Getty Images) China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on its official micro-blog on Wednesday that it would “provide a detailed study of the use” of micro devices in China’s cities.
Micro devices, a growing market in China, are typically made of plastic or glass and have a battery life of about 15 to 25 hours, depending on the size and type of device.
The Ministry of Industrial and Information Technologies, or IMIT, said it would provide a detailed report on the “use and environmental benefits” of the micro devices.
In the past, China has been criticized for using pollution to drive economic growth.
But a recent study from the University of Southern California’s Center for Global Development found that China’s emissions from power generation, manufacturing and transport rose by almost 3 percent between 2012 and 2014, a significant increase over the previous five years.
China has seen its economy slow, and many analysts are concerned that it may not be able to achieve growth in the long term.
(Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)The ministry also said it will set up a fund to “invest in the development of the technology and development of new products” to help build a more sustainable economy.