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Eating People: In his performance art piece Eating People, Zhu photographs himself cooking and eating a human fetus that he divided into five parts, as a protest against cannibalism. Zhu quotes that “I herewith announce my intention and my aim to eat people as a protest against mankind’s moral idea that he/she cannot eat people.”  In further response to Zhu’s bold performance, The Ministry of Culture cited a menace to social order and the spiritual health of the Chinese people, and banned exhibitions involving culture, animal abuse, corpses, and overt violence and sexuality.  However, this piece did not even appear at the # Off exhibit; The night before the exhibition, Ai Weiwei collaborated with Zhu and the photographs were removed from the gallery. This piece was thought particularly controversial, and organizers did not want to risk government censorship for the rest of the exhibit. The response to this work stemmed from its appearance on the internet shortly after. Eating People appeared in Malaysia's Perdan Weekly without caption and generated the question of whether eating babies was accepted in Asia on various myth-debunking websites.
Originally posted by 1BornPatriot
Today 6/12/12 - Anonymous released this sickening video "To Chinese Government" in english.
I cant stress the grossness of this video so I did not embed it.
"No religion forbids cannibalism. Nor can I find any law which prevents us from eating people. I took advantage of the space between morality and the law and based my work on it"
Controversy was sparked when images showing what appeared to be human fetuses and babies being served in an array of dishes in China. Reports later explained that the images were part of an artist's exhibition (Zhu Yu (artist)) and was not a real baby but just to be in a artwork. The artwork is called "Eating people" and was made to protest against cannibalism.
On March 22, 2003, police in Bingyan, Guangxi Province seized 28 female babies smuggled in a truck from Yulin, Guangxi Province going to Houzhou in Anhui Province. The oldest baby was only three months old. The babies were packed three or four to a bag and many of them were near death�none were claimed by their parents.
On the morning of October 9, 2004, a person rifling through the garbage on the outskirts of Jiuquan city in the Suzhou region, found dismembered babies in a dumpster. There were two heads, two torsos, four arms, and six legs. According to the investigation, these corpses were no more than a week old and they had been dismembered after cooking.