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Lars Lars NSW Posts: 825
21 12 Apr 2011
I thought it was big in indonesia too. Shark fin isn't illegal is it? I remember seeing it on a menu in Sydney
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psychokitten psychokitten QLD Posts: 340
22 12 Apr 2011
Lars said:
naww they arn't all bad, there are many beautiful and lovely things about asian culture. I think it's japanese society that is largely vegetarian friendly, I think there are provinces  and towns that don't eat meat. every culture has something gruesome about it

I know that americans were shocked to hear that Australians eat Emu and Kangraroo
Most of the older Americans I know (ie my parents age) are more like "What? It moves, don't it? Why wouldn't you eat it?" rather than being shocked.

I don't want to move to the hunting capital of America!
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piglover piglover NSW Posts: 29
23 13 Apr 2011
i know i forgot to say china too pig
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jack jack VIC Posts: 1463
24 13 Apr 2011
Lars said:
I thought it was big in indonesia too. Shark fin isn't illegal is it? I remember seeing it on a menu in Sydney
its not illegal too eat
but most of the fishing of it is!
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EarthDefender EarthDefender QLD Posts: 270
25 13 Apr 2011
You should sign up to sea shepherd on fb to become more informed.

I did. I decided to become vegetarian once I realized they were eating one animal that they liked while I was eating another.

I don't think it's right to condem them for that practice (even though it's wrong/barbaric/primitive) when we ourselves are still committing the same cruel act on other creatures.....however, now that im vegan/ovo-vegetarian I feel as though I'm not a hypocrite when I'm calling the japanese embassy to lodge a complaint...ecstatic
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