Imagine an alternative universe where canned air is a privileged commodity. Where citizens religiously listen in to their daily air toxin announcement to know if it’s safe to go outside. Where restaurants charge for their air. Where children only ever see blue skies on their TVs. Where your every inhale could mean death. Millions of people in Shanghai wouldn’t see this as fiction but reality, as 4,000 people die every day because of China’s severe air pollution. With a rising economy and populace, the increase of coal burning is skyrocketing. Creating the smog that’s slowly choking a whole city and taking away their most essential right. Being able to breathe freely.