Dog vendors operate on commission, so their interest is apprehending as many dogs as possible. Sometimes, they work 24 hours to meet demand (especially ahead of the Yulin Festival, the biggest gathering of dog meat eaters in this world). This image only comes to show a glimpse of the tremendous suffering of these canines. Once they are snatched off the street or directly from their homes (because some of the dogs involved in the dog meat trade are pets), they have their legs tied together, before being shipped to open markets or restaurants. There, these helpless animals are either barbecued or boiled alive, depending on customer preference. Sometimes, vendors will keep the dogs alive, crammed in tiny cages, with no food and water, just to prove to customers that the meat is fresh.
In spite drawing massive international criticism, China has refused to ban the dog meat trade. Authorities have done nothing to put an end to this suffering.
Authorities in Yulin have also been highly inefficient and completely uninterested in tackling this issue. They have promised on numerous occasions that the dog meat festival will be cancelled, but yet it has taken place every year. This year, Yulin officials have pledged that dog meat consumption will only be limited to the days in which the festival takes place. But an undercover investigation carried out by the Humane Society International has revealed that dog meat is sold all year round without any restrictions.
China must tackle the dog meat trade and end the suffering of millions of dogs as soon as possible! During all this time, the country has explained that eating dogs has a lot to do with their culture and tradition. In my opinion, this is a pathetic and convenient excuse. Authorities must understand that dogs are pets, they are cherished family members and not food. Making this shift in ideas and perception will not be an easy process, but it is widely known that when China sets its eyes on something, the country delivers!
Just try to watch this just once, just try!
The poor bastard almost made it. Now only if...
1. Had he stayed in the truck?
2. What if he ran to the side instead of straight out?
3. What if he crouched down next to the wheel?
Of course it does not matter now. He is one inch tall...
Surveillance video from Foshan, in China's southeastern
Guandong province shows a van driving over a two year old girl, leaving her
bleeding on the street. For the next
seven minutes, passersby ignored the injured toddler, who was then hit by a
A woman finally pulls the girl to the side of the street
before her mother, a migrant worker in the city, rushes into the frame. The girl is now in a coma and hospitalized
and both drivers who ran over the girl have been arrested.
Apparently many people in China are scared to help people
who appear to be in distress for fear that they will be blamed. High-profile law suits have ended with good
Samaritans ordered to pay hefty fines to individuals they sought to help.
Truly Phucked Up Indeed…
Guess they really don't like drug dealers in China. Guess they won't be legalizing Marijuana anytime soon in China.
An argument between two Counter-Strike players at a Chinese net café over suspected 'wallhack' cheat led to a 17-year-old boy being stabbed through the head with a foot-long knife and actually surviving the attack!
The 17-year-old victim was suspected of using a hack that allowed him to see through walls, giving him an advantage over his adversaries.
A fight broke out outside the net café regarding the hack, and one decided to do a little hacking of his own, stabbing a large knife into the side of the cheater's head.
While still conscious, he was rushed to a nearby hospital. After around 10 hours of surgery, the knife was successful removed. The boy survived, but is under observation in case bits of rust came off inside his brain.
Physician Yan Shi-jun, who operated on the cheater, said that the chances of surviving such a wound were one in ten thousand.
He is one lucky phucker!
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Foot binding is a custom that started in China during the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907). Back then small feet were considered beautiful so young girls were forced to bind their feet to stop them from growing.
Foot binding involved wrapping strips of cloth around the feet of baby girls. The cloth pushed the small toes under the foot. This made the foot bow and brought the big toe and heel closer together. The strips would be tightened every day and the girls would have to walk with their feet bound. The small toes would break and the whole foot became deformed. The purpose of binding was to keep feet from growing larger than 10cm which is only 3.9 inches!
This may not be as phucked up as inserting an apple into your pussy. But foot binding is for life and does not heal!
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We all know that China is VERY populated. So what is a day at the beach like in China?
I would say hell, pure hell.