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    Angry Dairification of China

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6934709.stm

    Great! After centuries eating a dairy free diet now all of a sudden dairy is the new God
    Sit back and watch as the Chinese become as disease ridden as western people. I'll bet the only reason it's being pushed like this is because of financial gain and yet more animals to be abused in a country that has a poor record of animal welfare.
    When will this madness ever end?
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    "I have a dream to provide every Chinese, especially children, sufficient milk each day."

    Sounds like a nightmare for dairy cows to me. I don't think the madness will ever end Hemlock. Sorry to be pessimistic

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    Completely crazy. Let's hope they will notice the effect that Westernisation of the diet is having on people's health, before it's too late.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/healt...29005420070710

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    Default Re: Dairification of China

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    "I have a dream to provide every Chinese, especially children, sufficient milk each day."

    Sounds like a nightmare for dairy cows to me. I don't think the madness will ever end Hemlock. Sorry to be pessimistic
    I have a dream to provide them sufficient cows milk every day. I would go even further and provide them the optimum amount. The body's daily requirement of cow's milk is 0ml, so that's what I would provide them!
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    Default Re: Dairification of China

    Quote harpy View Post
    Completely crazy. Let's hope they will notice the effect that Westernisation of the diet is having on people's health, before it's too late.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/healt...29005420070710
    Unfortunately, I don't think this will work. Just look at the West. We have realized that our health has deteriorated dramatically in the past fifty years but no one seems to want to do anything about it, except for us lovely vegans.
    Do the Vegan Boogie!!

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    That's true, bugaboo, although in the West what's happened is like a sort of gradual perversion or corruption of the traditional diet, isn't it? - whereas in the East they're starting to eat types of food that they wouldn't have considered before so the effects might be more obvious.

    But I admit that the signs from places like Japan aren't very encouraging.

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    It'll be interesting to see, for sure. Population control I suppose.
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    China is eternally westernising in every sense. From their constant building of new power stations to diet they want their own slice of the American pie. As do India. The two largest human populations westernising equals lights out for planet earth methinks.

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