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1. In the capital city of this country, where the Olympic Games were held in 1988, restaurants that served dog meat - known locally as 'gaejang guk' - were actually shut down by the government during the games to create a good impression. Which country, known for popular dog meat soups such as 'bosintang', is this?
2. In China, another dog eating country, dog meat is known as 'xiangrou'.
3. In which country, the largest city of which is Ho Chi Minh City, do they serve Thit Cho Hap (steamed dog meat) and Cho Xao Sa Ot (fried dog meat) in lemon grass and chili?
4. You're in a restaurant in Abuja, Nigeria. If you wanted to avoid eating a dog meat dish, which of the following would it be wise NOT to order?
5. In 2007, a Chinese restaurant in Moscow, Russia, was found to be serving dog meat on the menu as mutton.
6. In China, St Bernard dogs are bred and subsequently slaughtered for consumption. A popular way of cooking the meat is by braising it in oyster sauce. Which European country is known for exporting these St Bernards to China?
7. In Indonesia, a speciality dish is served in restaurants in Manado that consists of fried dog meat, which is known as 'rintek wuuk' or 'RW', and fried 'paniki'. What is 'paniki'?
8. In the Antarctic, dogs are eaten too, usually when no other food is available. Which world famous explorer, the first to reach the South Pole in 1911, ate sled dog meat, as did members of his expedition?
9. In Ghana, where dog meat is considered a delicacy, which of the following is NOT eaten?
10. Would you like to try dog meat? There is a web site which purports to deliver dog meat cuts, sausages and gravy, vacuum packed, via the internet.
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