Government Information Office announced that the cinema industry can't prohibit consumers bring food from outside theaters, but considering the viewing quality, the flavor of spicy and heavy flavor, or the noise of food when eat is still prohibit.
For the Botulinum poison event in the Miaoli, The Food and Drug Administration take away dried bean curd and traditional homemade pickled oysters and other seven foods from poisoning people, those food inspection reports come out, but no toxins were found in the foodstuffs, as to what things caused the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law botulism must also be further investigation.
The 2010 Shanghai World Expo will start on the first of May, it expect has an influx of 7,000 people visited the area, and The World Expo will be held an opening ceremony at night on the thirty of April. Today take you to understand the situation of the opening ceremony at the first time.
- ShirleyLv 51 0 年前最佳解答
The Government Information Office announced that cinemas can't prohibit consumers for bringing outside food into the theaters. But, considering the viewing quality, foods with spicy or heavy flavours and noisy foods are still prohibited.
From the botulisum case in Miaoli, the Food and Drug Administration took seven different kinds of foods, such as dried bean curd, traditional homemade pickled oysters, etc. from the victim's home. The food inspection reports just came out and none of the foods contained any toxins. As for source that caused both the mother-in-law and the daughter-in-law to be poisoned, further investigations must be done.
The 2010 Shanghai World Expo will start officially as of May 1st. The estimated amount of influx is around 70 million people. On the night of April 30th is the World Expo's opening ceremony. The theme is "Light Up the Oriental Pearl--Shanghai". Today we will take you live to the World Expo in order to understand the situation of the opening ceremony.參考資料： 我是個從小就在加拿大長大的台灣人!~=)
- JaminLv 41 0 年前
The Government Information Office announced that starting from today, cinema operators are not allowed to prohibit consumers from bringing food which are bought externally into theaters.
However, foodstuff that have a choking or strong smell, and foodstuff that create noise during consumption are still prohibited, so as to maximize the viewing pleasure of consumers.
Regarding the Botulinum poisoning event in Miaoli, the Food and Drug Administration took samples of dried bean curd, traditional homemade pickled oysters and other seven food items from the house of the poisoned people.
Food inspection reports state that no toxins were found in the foodstuffs retrieved.
Further investigation is needed to determine the cause of botulism in the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law.