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date: 09 July 2020

Aquaculture Shuǐchǎn yǎngzhí 水产养殖‎ 

Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Linden J. EllisLinden J. ELLIS, Jennifer L. TurnerJennifer L. TURNER

Seafood is already a staple in the Chinese diet, but domestic consumption is projected to rise 40 percent by2020. Of China’s total seafood output, 64 percent comes from aquaculture (the farming of aquatic life), making it the only country in the world where the amount of cultivated seafood is greater than the wild catch. ...

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