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Smoke Free Planet

A survey conducted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong showed that there is no tendency of decline in the number of female smokers.

Smoke Free Planet

Despite the unceasing anti-smoking education and publicity targeting the minors, smoking prevalence among young people is on the rise, contrasting with the declining trend in the overall number of

Smoke Free Planet

According to the World Health Organisation and Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health, one burns off three minutes in his life when he smokes.

Smoke Free Planet

Statistics show that in 1995, about 400 billion cigarettes, or one-third of the world ’ s export, were unaccounted for after being shipped out of their manufacturing country.

Smoke Free Planet

In Cambodia, one of the seven poorest countries on earth where Mekong River meanders across, nearly 40% of its population live below poverty line.

Smoke Free Planet

The United States is the second biggest tobacco grower on earth. At the same time, it is also the birthplace of the international anti-smoking campaign.

Smoke Free Planet

Of the 1.2 billion smokers around the world, 320 million come from China, making the country the biggest cigarette consumer and producer in the world.As 4 million among Shanghai ’ s 13 million popu

Smoke Free Planet

Smoking was completely banned on five private railways running through the Kanto region in Tokyo on 1 May 2003 to stay in line with the Health Promotion Law, which, taking effect on the same day, a

Smoke Free Planet

Statistics of the World Health Organization reveal that 30% of male and 3% of female in India are cigarette smokers.

Smoke Free Planet

According to the World Health Organisation, there are over 1.1 billion smokers around the world, with most of them living in developing nations.