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pnp Post time: 2019-2-15 11:14
I think he is hinting a Chinese eating sharks fins! But you got a good point about those Japs wh ...
re: I think he is hinting a Chinese eating sharks fins
I just couldn't help it but to sting him a bit.
Royal China Club in UK has not removed the soup from its menu...
and Yes, shark meat is legal for consumption in the United States...
In Japan, a bowl of shark fin soup, or fukahire, can cost over US$100 and it is regarded as a delicacy and status symbol...
In 2017, Singapore was identified as the world's second-largest trader of shark fins...
while China’s government has made a list of 420 endangered species that is no longer legal to consume, import or sell...
and by the way: As of 2018, it is legal to eat dog meat in 43 US states...
Some 89 Singapore-based establishments committed to phasing out shark fin in 2018. These include brands such as Crystal Jade, Pan Pacific Hotels, AccorHotels and Foodpanda, whose policy applies across its 3,800 partner restaurants. Chinese restaurant group, Crystal Jade Culinary Holdings, has committed to removing shark fin dishes from the Chinese New Year set menus across all restaurants in Singapore under its portfolio. From 31 July 2018, shark fin will no longer feature on the menus of its 28 restaurants. “Seafood remains a prominent part of Chinese cuisine. This decision to phase out shark fin, a long-established traditional dish, is our first step towards protecting oceans and seafood supplies as a socially-responsible business.
Asia is doing something, the West is just bla bla bla