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B. 2016-04-22 Kim Jong Un broadcasts cooking competition, while North Korea starves North Korea
C. 2016-02-08 Hong Kong clashes as police clear food stalls Mong Kok, Hong Kong
3. 2015-07-03 North Korean farmers face dry fields amid drought North Korea
2014-06-09 Japan signals resumption of whaling Tokyo
5. 2014-04-17 China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted Beijing
6. 2013-09-05 S Korea in Fukushima fisheries ban South Korea
H. 2013-08-04 China bans NZ dairy imports in scare China
I. 2013-05-30 China to buy US pork firm for $4.7bn Henan, China
9. 2013-04-10 Bird flu fears hit KFC China profits China

Food from farms near plant radioactive N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit  UN: About 5 million North Koreans will continue to face food shortages. The government plans to import only 325,000 metric tons China may ban eating dogs, cats  The government is considering legislation that would make eating cats and dogs illegal as a part of a larger proposal to toughen laws on animal... Rainforests turned into smoldering ruins Fishermen brace for giant jellyfish Death penalty over contaminated milk  One man has been given the death penalty and another a life sentence for their involvement in contaminated milk scandal China dairies to compensate victims  Victims of tainted baby formula are expected to be compensated by 22 Chinese dairy producers that made the milk Tests find liquid milk tainted  Milk samples from 3 dairies have tested positive for a chemical that has already killed 4 babies and sickened thousands more 3 babies dead, 6,200 ill from milk formula
  Kim Jong Un broadcasts cooking competition, while North Korea starves  Cheese-chomping despot Kim Jong Un held a 'Master Chef'-style competition to find North Korea’s top cooks as millions across the nation star... Hong Kong clashes as police clear food stalls Map of Mong Kok Hong Kong  Clashes have broken out in the Mong Kok district of Hong Kong during a police operation to clear illegal food stalls North Korean farmers face dry fields amid drought  The farmers work to pump underground water into fields. Instead of rice seedlings standing in flooded paddies, the baked earth is cracked Japan signals resumption of whaling  Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said Japan will step up efforts to resume its annual whale hunt in the Antarctic China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted  Nearly one-fifth of China's farmland is polluted, mostly from yearslong accumulations of toxins from factories, mining and agriculture   S Korea in Fukushima fisheries ban  South Korea has banned all fisheries imports from 8 Japanese prefectures, amid concern over leaks of radioactive water from the crippled nuclear... China bans NZ dairy imports in scare  China has banned all imports of milk powder from New Zealand, after Fonterra, found in some of its products a strain of bacteria that can cause... China to buy US pork firm for $4.7bn   The biggest pork firms in China and Smithfield Foods plan to join forces in a $4.7bn deal that aims to feed the world's most populous countr...   Bird flu fears hit KFC China profits  The parent company of KFC said sales had fallen in China because of concerns over a new bird flu outbreak   UN: North Korea 'seeks food aid'   The United Nations says North Korea has requested immediate food aid after devastating floods last month   New radiation scare for rice in Japan  Authorities have halted the shipment of rice from some farms northwest of the nuclear plant after finding higher-than-allowed levels of cesi... Japan bans beef shipment from Fukushima Radioactive meat circulating on market Japan PM seeks to calm food fears Japan sets new nuclear food ban   Food products limited from nuclear area Map of Fukushima Japan

year 2016 Top ^

Apr.22   North Korea
Feb.8   Hong Kong

year 2015 Top ^

Jul.3   North Korea

year 2014 Top ^

Jun.9   Tokyo
Apr.17   Beijing

year 2013 Top ^

Sep.5   South Korea
Aug.4   China
May.30   China
Apr.10   China

year 2012 Top ^

Aug.2   North Korea

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.18   Northern Japan
Jul.19   Japan
Jul.12   Japan
Apr.12   Japan
Mar.22   Northern Japan
Mar.20   Northern Japan
  Japan slapped restrictions on some food produced in two provinces around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
Mar.19   Northern Japan

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.16   North Korea
Mar.9   China

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.6   Sumatra
Jul.19   Japan
Jan.21   China

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.27   Beijing
Sep.18   China
Sep.17   China
  Drinking formula tainted with the same chemical involved in a massive pet food recall last year by Mengniu Dairy Group
 1,300 infants are hospitalized with illnesses including malnutrition, kidney stones and acute renal failure

Jun.25   South Korea
  South Korea has formally lifted an import ban, allowing meat from young cattle to be shipped into the country
Apr.17   South Korea S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban' Map of Seoul South Korea  Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.21   Japan Humpback whale hunt halted
  Japan has 'temporarily halted' its much-criticized plan for a humpback whale hunt in the seas near Antarctica
Feb.12   Japan Japan in commercial whaling push  Pro-whaling countries are meeting to plot a path towards lifting the moratorium on commercial whaling

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.18   Hong Kong   WTO seals farms deal
  Ministers from 149 states saved long-running talks with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013

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