Envoy: Not all Chinese in China eat exotic wildlife meat


KUALA LUMPUR: Not every Chinese in China eats exotic wildlife meats, which have been linked to the novel coronavirus epidemic in that republic.

China’s ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian said only a small number among the community consumed such meat and the Chinese government had started inculcating awareness of the health risks of eating wild animals.

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