While taking a stroll through a marketplace in Fengcheng, China I stumbled upon a restaurant that placed the head of a decapitated goat on a sheet of skin. Given the fact that it was placed right next to a sign (which says "goat soup"), the owner of the restaurant certainly expected this to be an incentive for people to come and eat (says my Chinese grandfather). But what's your opinion about this way to "attract" more customers? For some reason, it was the opposite for me...
By the way, there are plenty of open air slaughterhouses in those kinds of markets, and the most disturbing I'd seen yet was the live strangling of a black hound dog.
Tags: goat, head, china, decapitated, chinese, restaurant, livestock, slaughterhouse
Location: Fengcheng, Liaoning, China (load item map)
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