Change in People’s Behavior Amid Avian Flu Outbreak: Eggs in High Demand, says Li Huiren

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As the domestic egg shortage continues to spread, the price of eggs has repeatedly hit new highs. Not only has there been a wave of people scrambling for eggs, but the rise in egg prices has also seriously affected the production of egg-based products such as bread, cakes, and salad dressings. Li Huiren, a well-known documentary director, expressed his feelings. The outbreak of bird flu caused people to rush for eggs. “The bureaucracy and the virus have not changed, but the behavior of the people has changed.”

Li Huiren pointed out in a post on the evening of the 21st, “In the past, officials were kicked out for concealing bird flu, and people dared not eat eggs; now, officials admit to the outbreak of bird flu, and people frantically grab eggs.” He said that the bureaucracy and the virus have not changed. However, public behavior has changed dramatically.

Director Li Huiren once filmed the documentary “Secrets That Can’t Be Poked”, tracking and investigating the mutation of bird flu strains in Taiwan from 2006 to 2011, as well as issues such as officials’ concealment of the epidemic and loopholes in the epidemic prevention network. Recently, the price of eggs has soared again, and Li Huiren’s post on Facebook has also aroused heated discussions among netizens.

Some netizens commented, “I still remember the documentary made by the director!” Some people said, “It’s incisive, it broke through the cecum!” Some people said helplessly, “Being manipulated by the media, there is no way…”

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Well-known documentary director Li Huiren. Picture: Taken from Li Huiren's Facebook (data photo)

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