People queue up to buy meat at a wet market on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up to buy meat at a wet market on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong
Danny Friedmann
Opinion

Opinion

Danny Friedmann

Hong Kong’s love of meat risks leaving the city on the wrong side of progress

  • As Hong Kong opens a new dairy farm training school, the rest of the world is already moving towards innovative and cruelty-free food production
  • Missing the boat on plant-based and lab-grown animal products won’t help our global competitiveness or environmental footprint

People queue up to buy meat at a wet market on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong
People queue up to buy meat at a wet market on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong
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