China’s Air Pollution Has Been Turned Into A Jeopardy! Game

China air pollution jeopardy

A cheeky someone over at JeopardyLabs, where quiz fans can create their own Jeopardy! game (not to be confused with J-Archive, which has every Jeopardy! question ever), has created a game for China watchers who love talking about pollution. It’s mostly lame, with several true/false and fill-in-the-blank questions that don’t require the answer in the form of a question, but that such a quiz exists is the point.

Anywhere from one to twelve teams can take part in the 25-question round, featuring Q’s such as:

  • The number of registered cars has increased from 3 million to what from 2008 to 2011.
  • How many of the world’s 20 cities with the worst air quality are located in China?
  • What is the most heavily polluted city in China?

This got us thinking. What other China-themed Jeopardy! categories need to exist?

  • International Schools
  • Potables… Or Not
  • Cancer
  • “Rule By Law”
  • The Rapists

And so on. Someone make this happen.

(H/T @MyHealthBeijing)

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