NEET 09/10/2019 (Tue) 09:58:29 No.11530 del
Look up a book named "Cannibalism in China" by "Key Ray Chong"
>The Chinese often ate their enemies out of hatred or revenge during wartime. During World War II, hate-cannibalism is reported to have occurred in China. Later, as the civil war between the Communists and the Nationalists went on for control of China, some Communist soldiers were executed routinely in a far-interior district; and their flesh and bones were eaten out of a spirit of revenge. One American priest told of seeing a Chinese Nationalist officer cut out and eat the heart of a Chinese Communist.
>As late as the 19th century, it was not unusual for Chinese executioners to eat the heart and brains of the criminals they disaptch. They also ate a portion of the human meat for health reasons, but when some extra meat was left, they sold it for profit.
>Cannibalism was also often involved in the punishment of criminals in Imperial China. After having been publicly executed, the bodies of the criminals were made available for public exhibition and consumption.
>The most popular methods for preparing human flesh were broiling, roasting, boiling and steaming. Next was pickling in salt, wine, sauce and the like.