Thick smog chokes Chinese citizens walking, biking and driving through Harbin

<!-- vine-media type="byline" id="automatic" --> <!-- vine-media type="pad" id="1" --> <p>Thick s<a href="" target="_blank">mog all but shut down one of northeastern China's largest cities, Harbin, on Monday</a>, forcing schools to suspend classes, snarling traffic and closing the airport, in the country's first major air pollution crisis of the winter.</p> <!-- vine-media type="pad" id="2" --> <p>Watch the Chinese TV report above on the pollution and citizens efforts to get around despite the chocking smog.</p> <!-- vine-media type="pad" id="3" --> <p> <strong>Related:</strong> </p> <!-- vine-media type="pad" id="4" --> <p> <strong> <a target="_blank" href="">China smog emergency shuts city of 11 million people</a> </strong> </p> <!-- vine-media type="pad" id="5" --> <p> <strong> <a target="_blank" href="">Beijing introduces new rules to curb car use on bad pollution days </a> </strong> </p>