Hong Kong culls live poultry after H7N9 found, January 28

28 Jan 2014

A sample from Guangdong supplier tested positive for H7N9 bird flu, 20,000 birds were being culled at the Cheung Sha Wan poultry wholesale market to prevent from spreading the flu. The market will be closed for three weeks and there will no supply of live poultry to the city during the period, reports said. All photos by Felix Wong.