By Jay Raju Ganglani
According to the WWF, Hong Kong citizens consume 65.5 kilograms of seafood each year making it three times more than the world’s average.
In 2017 alone, the fishing industry produced approximately 127,600 tonnes of fisheries believed to be valued at $2.6 billion.
In recent years, however, the Hong Kong government has implemented a number of measures to help promote the conservation of fishes and other marine life animals. Continue reading