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It is said that the best things in life are free – technically that should include the air we breathe. But this is not the case in China, where locals prove that an “air-for-sale” scheme is actually a legitimate business.

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In a bid to combat the deteriorating air quality in China, two sisters in the country have come up with an unusual idea.

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The women from China's Xining, the provincial capital of the country's western Qinghai, have launched an online start-up to sell fresh air collected from the Tibetan Plateau. A video, in the local language, lays out the process of collecting the air and selling it online. It shows the duo collecting air from a Xining park.

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Also, people reportedly have a choice of air depending on their preference; they can buy air either from the mountain or the valley.

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The video explains the process of collecting air and selling it online.The sisters claimed they sold 100 bags so far at the cost of 15 yuan (around $2.3) per bag.The Chinese women claimed that they started their "fresh air" business not for money but for highlighting the importance and need for better efforts to protect the environment.



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Other than this, if an international breath of fresh air is what you seek, there’s bottled air from Canada, of course, and Australia too.

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