China’s ‘Dr. Oz’ stokes anti-GMO feelings

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Cui Yongyuan, a former host of China’s state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV), has become known for challenging the authorities and mainstream society, and his latest battle is questioning the safety of genetically modified (GM) food, reports Guangzhou’s Southern Metropolis Daily.

On March 1, three of China’s leading web portals simultaneously released a documentary produced by Cui, who filmed the video in the United States. As of March 8, the video available on China’s Twitter-like Sina Weibo had received over 10,000 comments and was shared 20,000 times.

Read the full, original story: Former CCTV host continues to stoke GM debate in China

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