I remember reading the newspaper some time ago that they actually mix cardboard with mince meat to be stuffed into meat buns. Although the Chinese Government actually covered the entire thing and accused the newspaper reporter for reporting a 'hoax' or whatever. I'm going to be a little more cautious when it comes to Made in China stuffs especially food stuffs whether they come preserved or in a can.
I'm trying not to be biased but I've come to believe that in China, almost anything can be done in order to make a profit. It doesn't matter who eats it or what happens to the consumers, as long as a quick buck can be done, it's done!
It's almost like their motto is "If you die eating our products, it's not really our concern as long as you hand your money over before you die"
God, that sounds like a some robbery.
The watchdog said it would "strictly find out the reason for adding the melamine and severely punish those who are responsible".
Yili group products were recalled by the Hong Kong government on Thursday, after tests found milk, ice-cream and yoghurt to be contaminated with melamine.
Health scares and fatalities in recent years have ranged from the contamination of seafood to toothpaste and, last year, to pet food exported to the US.
How cool is that? You give milk to your baby/ children thinking it'll make them big and strong and what do you end up with? Kidney stones and death. Yes people, breastfeed you baby if you can, it's scientifically proven that babies that are breastfeed grows up smarter anyway. Nothing beats mummy's milk. Your baby is NOT a calf/ baby cow, STOP feeding it with Cow/Goat milk!
Oh, I finally had my haircut on Sunday. Phew, it was getting a little unruly and messy. So anyway everything got snipped off and my head feels so much lighter, yay! I've colored it too, but it really cost me alot for my length. Rm120 is on the pricy side in Penang but now that Andrew, my friend and hairstylist is no longer in Penang, I'm left with very little choices on who to dye my hair. RM120 not including cutting just yet T.T
Awww, ain't it a beauty?
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