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In Taiwan, glass water bong is included in the smoke-prevention control scope of campus

by linbin on May 06, 2020

      The education authority of Taiwan announced on the 5th day that smoking is totally banned in schools below high schools, and the prevention and control of tobacco hazards and drug use on campus also includes glass water bong. Schools must abide by the school regulations and strictly prohibit teachers, staff and students from carrying and smoking.

  Taiwan education authorities said false statements such as "health" will not cause second-hand smoke problems and "help to quit smoking" will affect the correct identification and understanding of teenagers, according to local media such as the central news agency and united daily news.Small glass bong is battery-powered and evaporates the liquid into an atomizer, which produces a similar smoky aroma and contains more nicotine to produce the smoking effect.In foreign countries, it has been found to contain amphetamines, cannabis, formaldehyde or acetaldehyde, which also carries the risk of explosion and is harmful to health and safety.

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  "Specific measures to prevent and control small glass bong on campus include the inclusion of small glass bong in the scope of smoke prevention and control on campus, as well as the enhancement of publicity with a variety of media and the inclusion of health courses," he said.In addition, the school health promotion program will be selected to continue the work of tobacco pollution prevention and control, and the glass water bong prevention and control courses will be focused in cooperation with the school tobacco hazard control and betel nut hazard education intervention program.

  In addition, some 38,000 young people in Taiwan will be using rb glass bongs by 2019, according to the country's health and welfare authorities.According to actual reported figures from middle and high schools, 4.1 percent of high school juniors have the highest enrollment rates.

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