Wangjianshuo posts about the violent death of his friend’s beautiful dog, and comments on China’s much-criticized policy of killing unlicensed dogs.
I don’t know if I will adopt a dog or not in the future. I don’t have an idea about how I can protect it. What should I do when someone jump into my house and kill the dog before me, or come back home one day and found my dog dead. I just don’t want to have a dog at home when the terrible situation does not change.
Dogs are human’s friends. When the lives of millions of dogs can be taken away in just few days, how about people’s life?
Good question. And a very poignant post.
Richard Burger is the author of Behind the Red Door: Sex in China, an exploration of China's sexual revolution and its clash with traditional Chinese values.