China is leading the meatless revolution with its vegetarian ‘mock meat’

Men eat a Chinese dish that was prepared using oil made from soy beans at a restaurant in Beijing, China, July 3, 2018.  REUTERS/Thomas Peter - RC126E49C3F0

China is the world’s largest consumer of meat products. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Yau Shun Chow
Researcher, Animal Ethics
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