Fireworks prohibited for Chinese New Year? : News Photo

Fireworks prohibited for Chinese New Year?

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Yu Bo, marketing director for the Beijing office of Panda Fireworks, shows off an app that allows customers to scan a barcode on a fireworks package and then see a video of how the pyrotechnics will perform. With Chinese concerned about the country's severe air pollution problem, there's a concern that the use of fireworks will be prohibited for celebration of the lunar new year this year. (Stuart Leavenworth/MCT via Getty Images)
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Yu Bo, marketing director for the Beijing office of Panda Fireworks, shows off an app that allows customers to scan a barcode on a fireworks package and then see a video of how the pyrotechnics will perform. With Chinese concerned about the country's severe air pollution problem, there's a concern that the use of fireworks will be prohibited for celebration of the lunar new year this year. (Stuart Leavenworth/MCT via Getty Images)
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January 28, 2014
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Yu Bo marketing director for the Beijing office of Panda Fireworks... News Photo 465462577Bar Code,Bar Code Reader,Beijing,Customer,Environmental Issues,Firework Display,Horizontal,Looking,Mobile App,Office,Package,Politics,Showing,VideoPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2014 MCTYu Bo, marketing director for the Beijing office of Panda Fireworks, shows off an app that allows customers to scan a barcode on a fireworks package and then see a video of how the pyrotechnics will perform. With Chinese concerned about the country's severe air pollution problem, there's a concern that the use of fireworks will be prohibited for celebration of the lunar new year this year. (Stuart Leavenworth/MCT via Getty Images)