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Q: Is there the butcher's shop in dalian?

2 years 29 weeks ago in  Food  - Dalian

 
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No, Dalian residents are in majority vegans, and small percentage of non-vegans eat only animals with heart pulse still detectable ... Did you know?

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The only Butcher's shop that I have found in all of China is at Corner's Deli (a few locations in Guangzhou).  However, most of the stores have taken out thier actual Deli display, and replaced them with frozen goods and more store shelves.  The only other options that I have seen are Citymarket in IFC plaza in Hong Kong, and Queen Victoria's market near Admiralty metro stop in Hong Kong.

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