TAIWAN, Taiwan — If you’ve lived in a snow mountain home in China, you know how it feels.
There’s the constant crunching of your heart, the occasional popping of your nose and the occasional jolting of the car as your car rolls.
Then there’s the fact that it’s also filled with the odor of rotten eggs, a thick, sticky mucus that’s hard to ignore.
It’s a place where you’re always trying to avoid getting sick and where you can’t even be sure where the cold water is coming from.
It’s a scary place, but there’s a good reason for it.
In China, the world’s most populous country, there are about 7 million snow mountain residents, most of whom are elderly.
A study by the National Snow and Ice Administration in 2015 found that snow is the country’s third-largest environmental hazard after smog and toxic air pollution.
That’s why Beijing has banned the construction of snowmaking machines and banned snow-making stations from opening in the capital.
And while snow is a significant environmental threat in China and the world, a recent report from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences shows that Chinese snowmelt production is actually up for the year.
It says that China’s snow industry has doubled in the last 10 years, from 2 billion tons in 2008 to 11.4 billion tons last year, and the country is expected to produce 2.8 billion tons of snow by 2025.
The China Snow Industry is growing faster than the U,S., or Europe, according to a report from researchers from the National Academy.
It said the total amount of snow produced in China has increased by more than 400 percent since 1970.
The number of factories producing snow increased from 1,800 in 1970 to more than 20,000 today.
China’s snow factories are producing about 2 million tons of the stuff every year, more than any other country in the world.
The country’s largest producers are the Hanzhi coal mines in Hubei province and the Yuxin coal mine in Shandong province.
There are other major coal producers in Xinjiang, Ningxia and Tibet, and some smaller ones in Inner Mongolia.
China is also the largest producer of snow in South Korea, Japan and the U in terms of snowmills.
China is not the only country to see an increase in snow production, however.
The U.K. has also seen an increase.
In 2018, the country produced more than 9 billion tons, according the UK Snow & Ice Commission, with a peak production of 1.3 billion tons the following year.
In other words, the U is a big snow producer and the UK is a snow melting factory.