China’s ban on wildlife trade includes animals such as frogs, which are also enjoyed as a delicacy in France. Photo: Shutterstock
Wee Kek Koon
Opinion

Opinion

Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

China’s history of eating meat is not so different from the rest of the world’s

  • In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Chinese government announced a blanket ban on country’s wildlife trade
  • The Chinese have been consuming meat for thousands of years, with many of the same beasts still eaten across the globe

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China’s ban on wildlife trade includes animals such as frogs, which are also enjoyed as a delicacy in France. Photo: Shutterstock
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