Canadian federal police have charged two former government scientists with trafficking in dangerous and highly contagious germs. Klaus Nielsen and Wei Ling Yu, former researchers at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), are accused of attempting to export harmful pathogens that could infect humans and livestock to China.Tuesday, 7 May, 2013, 4:25pm
Parallel-goods trading is a controversial topic and a practice condemned by many people. However, I think it is beneficial to Hong Kong to some extent.17 Mar 2013 - 2:21am 1 comment
Country park officials have set up barriers and planted bushes to stop herds of feral cows harassing weekenders and scavenging food from barbecue sites.10 Mar 2013 - 6:36am 1 comment
A herd of feral cattle have become scavenging meat-eaters as a result of day trippers feeding them and dumping left-over food at a barbecue site in Sai Kung Country Park.18 Nov 2012 - 4:58am
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Society chiefs accused of abusing government subsidy17 Nov 2012 - 4:45am
The latest wagyu marketing campaign seems to have dispensed with one myth about superior Japanese cattle. Unfortunately, two equally stubborn ones remain.
So far there have been no reports that the latest cows exported to Hong Kong have been raised on beer, but the idea is commonly held. The belief persists that the cattle are massaged and listen to music.15 Aug 2012 - 11:11pm
GPS tracking systems are to be fitted to some of Hong Kong's buffalo and cattle in a scheme that is costing millions of dollars.
Hi-tech collars fitted to cattle in Sai Kung and buffalos on Lantau will feed information on the animals' movements to computers via satellite.18 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
One of Sai Kung's best-known and most photographed residents could be kicked out as a result of an ongoing operation by a government department, an animal-rights group fears.
Grumpy the bull is a regular sight in Sai Kung's centre and is often seen in flower beds or loitering outside the popular bars and restaurants.11 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
There is a killer (or killers) on the loose and, although it is likely there exists incriminating evidence, little effort will be put into apprehending them. If past practice is any guide, there will not be much of an attempt made at preventing them killing again, either.7 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
I note that the authorities on the mainland continue to struggle with the problem of milk quality.
Following the melamine scandal we now have the addition of hydrolysed leather to milk to boost its protein content.
Moreover, the authorities are closing down 45 per cent of the mainland's dairy firms.22 Apr 2011 - 12:00am