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  1. Stop dragging feet over live chicken sales

    Posted Feb 18th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... If Hong Kong's live chicken stalls are closed because of the bird flu threat, the poultry trade says 3,000 people would lose their jobs and part of the local culture might be lost ... considerations have made closing the stalls and introducing central slaughtering of chickens an unpalatable political decision for the government. But amid the global alert over the danger of a flu ...

  2. Shoppers shun chicken, diners offered duck

    Posted Feb 01st 2004, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... Mark O'Neill Hengmian township, Shanghai Chicken breasts, wings and feet were still being sold yesterday at a township food market in eastern Shanghai despite the seizure of all live poultry by officials on Friday. While it was business as usual, many people were unwilling to buy poultry. One vendor, Mrs Wang insisted her chickens were safe. At the Taste of Chicken restaurant ...

  3. Flu cases prompt new look at vaccine

    Posted Dec 22nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... chicken on its feet,' he said. The government had visited all 30 chicken farms across the city and so far, there were no reports of suspected outbreaks of avian flu. ... of the virus in a dead bird found in the Cheung Sha Wan Temporary Wholesale Poultry Market, scientists at the University of Hong Kong are analysing DNA samples from the dead chicken and live birds ...

  4. Tackle issue at heart of bird flu, says expert

    Posted May 30th 2006, 12:00am by Ella Lee

    ... of the H5N1 strain of bird flu. In the months that followed, 18 people were infected, of whom six died. The book discusses the debate over the mass cull of more than one million chickens in the city, which began on December 29, 1997. Reviewing the 10-year fight against bird flu, Dr Lo criticises the government for dragging its feet over the introduction of central slaughtering ...



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