This statistic compares the number of vegetarian population in Hong Kong in 2008 and 2014. In 2014, there were approximately 1.6 million vegetarians in Hong Kong, an increase from around 350,000 people in 2008.
Is Hong Kong vegan-friendly?
Being true to its identity as a foodie paradise, Hong Kong now offers the best plant-based dishes at varying price points to serve the needs of vegans. Image: kondratya. This thriving city of 7.5 million people is now one of the top 10 vegan-friendly destinations in Asia according to animal rights organisation PETA.
Can vegetarians survive in Hong Kong?
Eating is an important part of experiencing Hong Kong though and with a little planning vegetarians can eat well too. … One advantage is that many menus are written in English, so even if the staff don’t speak it you can always point to a vegetarian option.
What is the diet in Hong Kong?
The Chinese diet is similar to the Mediterranean diet. Meals consist of fish, fruits, vegetables, rice, nut oils and meat chopped up into dishes, rather than eaten as whole portions. This style of cooking is healthier than the traditional “Western diet.”
Which state is the most vegan?
New study reveals the top ten vegan-friendly states
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What is the least vegan country?
The 5 worst countries in the world for vegetarians
- France. You can trust me on that one, I’ve got years of experience to prove my point. …
- Argentina. …
- Japan. …
- Spain. …