Shark Fin Soup
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Shark finning involves cutting off the shark's fin and then discarding the shark carcass into the ocean. Often the shark is still conscious, unable to swim without its fin, the shark slowly sinks to the bottom of the ocean dying a slow and painful death.
A List Of Shame
Many businesses support and promote restaurants by advertising or recongnizing them. Considerations are purely business minded without any regards for our environments.
- AsiaOne People’s Choice
- Epicurean Star Award 美食大奖
- Food & Wine
- Gault & Millau
- Good Food (goodfood.com.au)
- Guide Michelin
- Restaurant Association of Singapore, Star Chef Competition
- The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences
- Visit Brisbane (Brisbane Marketing)
- World Championship of Chinese Cuisine
The list is far from complete and will be amended when organizations have been identified. Please voice your concerns to the business identified.
If you are a restaurant or catering company and mentioned on this website and you have removed shark fin soup from your menu then please let us know. We will update our map then.
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"TripAdvisor" decided to censor our contribution about "Yue Kee Roast Goose Restaurant (Ting Kau, Hong Kong)". We have reasons to believe that "TripAdvisor" collaborates with "Guide Michelin" in this particular case.