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China

Eating Dogs in Space

By Keith Cowing
May 13, 2010
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Dog on the menu for Chinese astronauts, Telegraph
“[Yang Liwei] added that the diet had been specially drawn up for the astronauts by Chinese nutritionists and that the food had been purchased from special suppliers in Beijing. Dog is widely eaten in northern China, where it is believed to help battle the winter cold. The menu was still in use last year, when Chinese astronauts conducted their first ever spacewalk. China has plans to land a man on the moon by 2020.”

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