Dog eating Yulin festival China 10,000 plus dogs slaughtered each year

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An estimated 10,000 dogs are slaughtered for the annual Yulin Dog Eating Festival, which marks the traditional start of summer.

Ayupp Analysis – This is fact and Chinese people do celebrate Yulin festival. During this festival they consume dog meat. This festival is observed in Guangxi province of China from 100 of years. In recent times, this festival has come to limelight to higher number of killing of dogs in Yulin. In earlier time, Yulin government did not promote this festival with the fear of losing tourism.

This event has invited a lot of criticism by very wide section of animal lovers. Many well known personalities have campaigned all around the corner of earth so that this festival can be stopped.

The government of Yulin, no longer organizes this festival, but the vendors continue to make money as the people want this kind of entertainment to continue forever.

Read more about this –

http://time.com/2891222/china-dog-eating-festival/

https://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2015/06/19/chinese-officials-hounded-by-activists-as-dog-eating-festival-nears/?mod=e2fb

http://www.animalsaustralia.org/features/yulin-dog-eating-festival-to-begin.php

 



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