Pig faces hang in a wet market. Photo: Alamy
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Cannibalism in Japanese-occupied Hong Kong – when food shortages made human flesh the only option

  • Despite a lack of first-hand, verifiable accounts, limited supplies during and immediately after World War II undoubtedly drove the starving to desperate means
Pig faces hang in a wet market. Photo: Alamy
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