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‘Fresh’ Produce in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 1, 2013

China’s go to form of sanitation means air dried in toxic auto exhaust fumes.

4 Responses to “‘Fresh’ Produce in China”

  1. Me said

    ‘Fresh’ is to Chinese food as ‘sane’ was to chairman Mao.

  2. Me said

    Oh yeah, the Chinese also slaughter animals on the street and then line the meat on the sidewalk. They then sell this ‘fresh food’ to the locals.

  3. quoter said

    China’s leader Xi Jinping reiterated the necessity of an infrastructure development bank in Asia, to further enhance the region’s connectivity.
    He proposed the plan during a meeting with Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in Bali, Indonesia, on Sunday. Both are there to attend the annual summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum.

    —->(look at this generate subhuman and how he shakes the hand with that corrupt Thai PM. Well, compared to murderer and subhuman Xi KillfuckeatshitPing she is an angel. How disgusting)

    He also promised that China would import more agricultural products from Thailand and urged Thailand to improve the quality.

    —->(…”and urged Thailand to improve the quality”..to catch up with China’s greaaat advanced food quality? HAHAHAHA! a criminal chinese’ “promise” is as worth as a pile of ape shit..LOL. The whole world knows that. The Thais are not silly or are they?)

    According to the Thai government’s website, Yingluck supported the plan and promised to materialise plans under the memoranda of understanding signed with China. Both agreed on joint development in high-speed train, water management, clean energy, education and human resources. Bilateral trade is expected to reach US$100 billion within 2015.

    Thailand also asked for China’s support for its application for the position of non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).

    Xi praised the Thai prime minister for her dedication in strengthening the bilateral relationship. He also said that the Thai-Chinese relations would be a model for China to strengthen relations with other ASEAN nations.


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