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Non-Chinese Take To Twitter To Stop Dog Meat Festival

Non-Chinese Take To Twitter To Stop Dog Meat Festival

Recently, non-Chinese Internet users and animal rights activists have opposed the Yulin Dog Meat Festival in Guangxi. Starting in May 250,000 tweets have been created in an effort to stop the festival using the hashtag #StopYulin2015. Most of the festival opposition comes from America, England, and Australia, however, some Chinese netizens think that since these people also eat beef they aren’t qualified to speak out against dog meat. Other netizens think that eating dog meat is one thing but creating an entire festival for it is too cruel.

Source: Tencent

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