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Comment Feel free to choose one (Score 1) 637

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Comment Electric scooters/"bicycles" in China (Score 1) 271

I actually first noticed this yeas ago when I was in Shenzhen: electric scooters/"bicycles" were everywhere. So much for thinking that China is unwilling to limit its pollution.

Further reading about the power charging infrastructure (or, lack thereof):

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