Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Immorality of Chinese

 Sample Pictures illustrating the Immorality of Chinese:
Dog cuisine 
While many people regularly consume farm animals such as cows, chickens and pigs, the reaction by many to Chinese consumption of Dog's meat suggest cultural differences and play a role in how some view the treatment of different animals. 
Increasing affluence in major urban areas of China has caused dogs and cats to gain prominence as companion pets, but the darker side of having disposable income is that wealthy Chinese are also patronizing more restaurants that openly serve cat and dog meat--often as a specialty.
The photos of cages filled with dogs waiting to be killed, chopped up and served to diners in high-end restaurants in dishes ranging from soup to steaks, and the obvious pleasure on the faces of the diners is very disturbing. Although some restaurant owners emphatically deny it, there have been wide admissions by those involved in transport that many of the dogs are pets picked up from the streets.
There are no exact statistics on the number of dogs consumed in China, but the neighboring Koreas have a similar culinary culture and also many Koreans live in China. In March 2009, the Korean Times, based in South Korea, reported that approximately 9,000 tons of dog meat is served at about 6,500 restaurants across the country annually, the Global Times reported.
China is one of few countries where cat and dog meat eating remains legal and socially acceptable. In restaurants and at dog-meat markets, dog meat aficianados may stand and watch the animals of their choice butchered and prepared to their taste. China doesn't currently have any formal animal-welfare laws prohibiting the cruel treatment or killing of animals, but pet lovers' associations have sprung up to try to protect dogs and cats from inhumane treatment and from being used as food.
 Future Chinese Olympic team members, Extreme training conditions
The Chinese are currently in the lead in theOlympic medals race, and has shocking new photos showing their young aspiring athletes screaming and crying in anguish during hardcore training sessions that could reveal the secret to their success.
After taking home gold in the men's team gymnastics on Monday, many are marveling at how the Chinese competitors can be so much faster, stronger and fitter than their western rivals, and the roots of their success can now be seen to span back to a very early age.
Many aspiring Olympians are in the gym for up to eight hours a day, six days a week, and according to teachers, they don't get any holiday because a break from training for even a month would make the youngsters rusty, reported the
In the Yunnan Province, children as young as four train for hours every day as they grimace in pain holding handstands, contort into distorted positions, or grip tightly to bare metal bars, unable to hide the agony in their little faces.

At the No. 2 Beijing Shuangqiao School, the youngsters practice on the uneven bars until they have blisters on their tiny hands, with many of them staying at the school for at least five years before they can emerge as athletes.

There has been increasing outrage during recent years over the conditions of these children, who are forced to live and breathe gymnastics, many of whom are boarded at the training center away from their families, such asYang Yilin, who couldn't even say if her parents were watching when she won bronze in the 2008 Olympics.
Life is just as tough for swimmers, who spend hours in the pool at the Chen Jinglun Sports School in Hangzhou, China, where the "Mandarin Mermaid" Ye Shiwen was trained.

The 16-year-old literally blew the competition out of the water when she not only took the gold medal in the 400m individual medley but also knocked a second off the world record and was faster in the last 50m than Ryan Lochte was in his race the same day.

 Chinese girl getting enlightened                                                                                      

An enlightened Chinese-American kid is  brought into existence 

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