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Sunday, April 16, 2006
Canabalism foetus style!
Eating Babies

Yes, that’s right – babies. Eating Dog doesn’t seem that bad any more does it?

The news article is written in Chinese so I have included 2 computer translations below, but for ease of reading, I have fixed up the language...

Recently a Guangdong Factory Owner from Taiwan was discovered partaking in an appalling new trend; eating babies. For 4000yuan a person can order 7-month-old baby stewed for 8 hours with Chinese herbs. This dish is thought to boost the “yang” (as in yin and yang).

The Factory Owner who was interviewed for the story is 62 years old and was having trouble keeping up with his 19 year old wife in the bed room until he found this miracle stew. He says that he depends on the soup to "keep it up" each night for his randy bride.

The restaurant in Foshan, (Guangdong Province, Southern China) code names the dish “ribs”. The chef collects girl babies from the surrounding poor villagers; sometimes an aborted foetus, sometimes a still born, sometimes the unwanted (and unlawful) second baby. The restaurant pays depending on the size of the baby. Sometimes they would pay a full-term mother 2000 Yuan for her live baby.

Only fresh babies are used, no frozen babies.

When the reporter was offered a bite of the prepared baby he either was sick, or acted like he was a got the hell out of there, not being able to eat anything for some time afterwards.

<Discuss> Photo included further down, do not scroll down if you are easily sickened!!


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Damn, I know us Chinese people eat almost anything but this is crossing the line. There has to be both moral and social laws against stuff like this.

I feel disgusted just to be Chinese at this moment. That's just unhuman!
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