If you live in Shanghai since Wen
Jiabao became premier or visited Shanghai since Li
Keqiang was in charge of China's food
safety, and you are neither a Muslim or Jew, chances
are you might have unknowingly consumed meatballs made
died of disease from the neighbouring province Zhejiang.
That is enough to turn your stomach and be worried sick
about the health risks you are exposed to.
But that is still not the worst.
If you live in Shanghai since 2009 or visited Shanghai between
2009 and May this year, and especially if you are a hot
pot lover, and especially if you have enjoyed a pot of
hot meat from time to time at some certain hot port restaurants,
chances are you might have unknowingly consumed the meat
of rat produced in the neighbouring province Jiangsu.
These meat slices prepared by one of Shanghai hot pot restaurants
are said to be made of lamb. Yep, they look like limb meat,
and smell like lamb meat, but they are not lamb meat. When
you boil them in the hot pot, the fat and the flesh would
separate easily, because they did not grow together naturally,
but were glued into one piece with chemical ingredients.
And the certain portion in the flesh is from, make no mistake,
This is the owner of many hot pot ventures in Shanghai that
would feed you fake lamb.
This is the menu of the rat meat (partly), of course they
are disguised as mutton at a wonderfully discounted price.
Packs of meat from rat, fox and other animals
can be found in a number of food markets in Shanghai. But
you wouldn't know it, because they were called lamb meat.
She is one of many owners of food stores selling
fake lamb meat.
They are two of many suppliers providing meat mixed with
fleshes from rat and other animals to some food markets and
hot pot restaurants in Shanghai. "Most hot pot shops
feed their customers with fake lamb meat," they said
This is one of the fake lamb meat storerooms. Do you smell
We here come to the heart of the matter: This is a quality
Certificate issued to the fake lamb meat by Chinese food
And who was the head
of China's food safety authority Since 2009?
Li Keqiang - the current
Forget about the AIDS
villages that he is responsible of, forget about two
major fires in Henan when he was governor, forget about
how he invited the US bankers who have failed American
economy to design
China's economic reform, and forget about how he works
with US embassy to help Washington seize
control of China's railway in order to weaken China's
strategic defence capability, just for the catastrophic
failure with his food safety portfolio, is Li Keqiang qualified
to be a premier of any country in this world? Let along
a huge country with 1.3 billion people?