This brilliant, meticulously researched dissertation by Wennan Liu, graduate from Fudan University in Shanghai and recent PhD from Department of History at University of California, Berkeley, considers three major anti-cigarette campaigns in modern China: All three campaigns were unsuccessful. There is no historical evidence that these campaigns brought about significant, long-lasting changes in the consumption patterns of cigarettes across China. These failures, however, do not diminish their historical importance — unsuccessful campaigns require at least as much sociological explanation as those which did obtain the desired outcomes. As Wennan Liu points out p. These issues, which Liu patiently dissects in her dissertation, include:
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Share Tweet Avid smokers and anti-smokers disagree on quite a lot when it comes to cigarettes, but they can all agree on one thing: Whatever the reason may be, sometimes we all just need a little reminder as to how deadly cigarettes can be. Just see for yourself below. Although it was created over three years ago, it seems to have recently gone viral once again. In the video, which won the Bronze Award at the Bronze Cannes Award, various adults are followed and approached by a child with a cigarette asking for a light.