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The number of dead pigs found in the Huangpu River has reached over 12,000, yet there have been no protests in Shanghai. Seeing Red in China explores why Shanghai's citizens remain calm about their polluted river.
If I would be in Shanghai, I would be pretty happy they put the pigs into the river and not on my plate. While the pigs are visually impressive, the focus is too much on water pollution (which is minor compared to other pollutants) and too less on food security
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