Smoking has been banned in schools in China as part of a government-led drive to convince the public to quit its heavy tobacco addiction. The country is the largest consumer of cigarettes in the world, with smoking commonplace in schools and even hospitals. Under the new rules, schools will no longer be able to gain sponsorship from cigarette brands or put up tobacco advertisements on site. School leaders will be compelled to install smoke alarms and school canteens will no longer be permitted to sell tobacco.
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