Como perro al matadero

Como perro al matadero

Es bien sabido que las preferencias culinarias de los Chinos pueden ser extravagantes para el mundo occidental. Entre uno de sus platos se encuentra la carne de perro, considera una delicatessen en lugares como Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, Taiwan, Mexico y Filipinas.

Muchos pensaban que esto no era más que un mito pero nada más revelador que las fotos tomadas en Chongqing, sur-este de China, del rescate de 1.500 perros de la parte trasera de un camión que se dirigía al matadero.

Los canes fueron socorridos por voluntarios de la protectora de animales en Chongqing y conducidos a una granja cercana donde se les dio comida, agua y asistencia médica. Muchos de los 1.500 perros perecieron por el camino de 22 horas, debido a su hacinamiento en minúsculas jaulas.

El video muestra una intervención similar realizada en abril.



tunenamaru dice:

hijos de puta quien le dijo q hagan eso y matar y matar alos animales, culo china dios le maldijo chinos de mierda hijos de puta

Heath dice:

The first one:9 SeptembreYou should be able to look up the mohnts in Spanish. When you write them, you put the day first, then the month, and lastly the year.

Cassie dice:

hello Matias!thanks Francesco for mention!I staterd some time ago a research work about discovering non-existent city furniture items.I think that a way of thinking about the furnishing of urban spaces is the main problem. Unfortunately, it seems that as the main goal in the first place the furnitures are often only for improve public space. And do not take into account the individuals in all this. I also think that doing a nice design of square which will attract the tourist is a one thing, but more important for me is the daily user.. Is it really a standard form of bench, garbage can or lantern, known and unchanging form for decades continue to respond to contemporary needs of the people? Why not evolve new forms? Is it the absence of need or lack of attention of designer replicating the same form of city furniture for years?After all, every space is a case in itself: a different location, different habits of people in the city or even deeper into a particular district or even street .For sure, the flexible and easy to assembly in different ways street furnitures, for me, is a great idea! The basic forms (moduls?) could be based on the analysis of ihabitant’s behaviours there now. This kind of furniture have another big value for me, during moving, changing and transforming for sure, there is interaction between the users so maybe in this way the participatory aspect will be in progress still (even after finishing the designing process of the square)?

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