Brighter Green’s Good Food Academy, a Chinese language online education and policy-focused portal on food systems and factory farming, was cited, and What’s For Dinner? director Jian Yi, was quoted in a recent China Dialogue article, “China’s middle class gets a taste for healthy eating.”
The article mentions the Good Food Academy website and accompanying road show that allowed people to see the real cost of food by explaining how it’s produced and consumed. The aim of these programs is to improve the environment, public health, and animal welfare and support more sustainable, ethical, and humane food systems in China. The article also discusses trends in China’s consumption of pork and other meat.