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This is Matthew from VICE's Brooklyn office. China's tradition of insect eating is far from mainstream. But recently there's been a resurgence in the culture. VICE China explores this peculiar industry. This is What we Buy: Bug Eating Industry - Part 1. His shoes should be fine. It’s ok if he wears his own shoes.
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