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A file picture taken on May 25, 2009 in Beiijng shows a display of electronic cigarettes. NJOY is one of a flurry of e-cigs entering the market as tobacco prices skyrocket and smokers become ever more concerned about the toxins they inhale. The NJOY "cigarette" is electronic -- its tip lights up with the help of an LED and what appears to be smoke is actually water vapour. AFP  / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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