Chinese Cringe at Critter Killing

 In recent years there’s been a noticeable shift in Chinese attitudes -- at least in newspapers, on microblogs, and at the official level in Beijing -- toward the protection of endangered, or just plain cute species.

The annual hunt and slaughter of hundreds of dolphins in the Japanese village of Taiji has begun, and China's growing ranks of animal lovers aren't happy about it.

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