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Where stands Beijing's first electric incandescent lamp?

(People's Daily Online)

08:07, September 11, 2012

Night scene of Jiaolou (Photo/Xinhua)

Starting from Oct. 1, 2012, China will step by step ban the import and sale of common incandescent bulbs based on their power ratings. According to the Notice on Gradually Banning the Import and Sale of Common Incandescent Bulbs, it is expected that China will completely eliminate incandescent bulbs by 2016.

Night comes and lamps light up

The bright lamps in streets and splendid decorative and landscape lamps on flyovers have made our world even better. The lamps in buildings and residential areas always give us a beautiful night view.

Then we must ask, "When and where did the first electric lamp of Beijing light up?"

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