Why fight smog when you can bring in bags of fresh mountain air?
In proof that China's fight against pollution has moved into the ridiculous, residents of the smog-riddled city of Zhengzhou lined up for a chance to take a few puffs of fresh air as part of a promotional gimmick.
A Henan-based travel company sponsored the weekend promotion.
Company officials imported 20 bright-blue bags of air from Laojun Mountain, about 125 miles away, to show residents of one of China's most-polluted cities what they're missing.
Residents were limited to a few minutes of inhaling.
"I felt my baby move right when I breathed in," a pregnant woman named Sun told the state-run China News Service. "I would love to walk in the mountain's forests after my child is born.”
Behold the craziness: