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While New York is choking on smog, for Beijing, New Delhi and other cities it's just another day

As smoke from Canadian wildfires blankets New York, residents are grappling with severe air pollution, a rare occurrence for the city. However, in many major cities across Asia, battling intense air pollution caused by smoke, fossil fuels, and industrial chemicals has become the norm, writes Jessie Yeung for CNN.

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