Crabs and lobsters

CRABS AND LOBSTERS IN OUR LIFE INTRODUCTION Crabs and lobsters consist of 7 % in international seafood trade in 2000 (James, 2003). Since crabs and lobsters require special environment to cultivate them, it is only found in specific regions. For instance, crabs are...

mollusks (oysters, mussels, clams, etc)

Mollusks in Hong Kong – From None to Edible Hong Kong a glamorous, international city as many might regard as, for instance, lack the ability to provide herself food; one of the basics for human beings. Therefore, Hong Kong relies heavily on overseas supply. Mollusks,...

salt-water fish (wild and farmed)

Exploring saltwater fish in Hong Kong Salt-water fish are fish that spend some of all of their lives in salt water such as oceans or salt lakes. There are a variety of saltwater fish that are eatable. The common ones are Golden Threadfin Bream and Croaker. In this...

fresh-water fish (wild and farmed)

Food in Hong Kong: Freshwater fish Freshwater fish is regarded as one of the most popular food in East Asia, including Hong Kong. 180 tons of freshwater fish are consumed in Hong Kong per day. (AFCD, 2013) With such a large demand in freshwater fish, we would like to...