In the interests of safety, rather than banning vaping after an incident on an Air China flight, it would have been better to increase pilot training about which switch causes what to happen.
A protocol aimed at paving the way for India to export leaf tobacco to China is part of wider trade negotiations between the two countries.
China is forecast to become the biggest customer for Cuba’s most exclusive cigars.
The direction of travel in other countries tends to indicate that China will eventually bring in tobacco-smoking bans throughout its rail network.
Smugglers seem to be proving their business acumen and flexibility by bringing heat-not-burn products into China.
For some time, cities in China have been imposing tobacco smoking bans in indoor public places, but lobbyists are calling for a nation-wide ban.
China is to crack down on the use of courier services for transporting illicit tobacco products.
Environmentally and health-wise, it would probably make more sense to allow people to smoke freely at airports while stopping planes from taking off or landing.
As a recent report stated, vaping is not smoking, and so there is no reason why vaping should be treated in the same way as smoking when it comes to public-places regulations.
It is all well and good receiving quit-smoking texts, but do you risk walking in front of a bus as you read one of these health messages?