Live animals sold as keychains in China


  • Nation
  • Friday, 03 Mar 2017

XIAMEN: Live animal keychains are still on sale on the streets of China despite several petitions to make it illegal.

On a trip to Xiamen, The Star Online discovered a roadside vendor along Zeng Cuo’an tourist market peddling the "pet keychains" for 15 yuan to 20 yuan (RM9.70-RM12.90).

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