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nndb one in three young men in China on course to die from smoking act according to a new study that says most of the country young men take up the habit many while they're still in their teens I twenty thirty two million Chinese die every year from tobacco link and even a double toll from twenty ten writers make a radical pollen in Beijing has more smoking a key part of the social fabric imparted it extremely widespread practice on particularly in bars restaurants and other public places it's an issue to the World Health Organization other international help groups it's automatic health advocates have been trying to crack down on for many many years cigarettes particularly chronographs are often given it yet on looking at the key part of our government and specializing banquet there's an extremely difficult thing complete out knocking would not also but we stand in school grin most major cities until recently on knocking off their permissible at hospitals that movie theater at that many certain public then you sat on it would be banned in most countries in the lab , health experts looking to curb to happen in China have their work cut out for them the American cancer society said the world's largest grower manufacturer and consumer of tobacco smoking in China is cheap compared to a lot of other countries some doctors say the government may need to hike up the price of cigarettes and it's going to have any chance of getting people to quit