Published: Jan 23, 2022
People eating a variety of carp will not have to worry about getting tiny bones stuck in their throats thanks to researchers at the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences' Heilongjiang Fishery Research Institute who have cultivated the world's first crucian carp lacking intermuscular fish bones.
Published: Oct 29, 2021
The conflict between France and Britain over fishing rights continues to escalate as France threatens retaliatory measures including preventing British fishing boats from disembarking at ports and increasing border and sanitary checks on British goods.
Published: Sep 22, 2021
Rayong’s Suan Son Beach is bustling with fishermen catching krill, much to the excitement of tourists. Krill (Euphausiacea) has doubled in price from 2020 as its popularity increases. It is used to cook various types of delicious dishes, including high-quality shrimp paste.
Published: May 28, 2021
Not many people gain income from their hobbies, but Wisit Phumpetch is one of the rare and lucky few. A prominent breeder of Siamese fighting fish, Wisit has managed to turn his casual pastime into a lucrative career.
Published: May 20, 2021
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines has filed a diplomatic protest against China’s fishing ban in the South China Sea, saying the prohibition encroaches into parts of the country’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and puts Filipino fishermen at risk of attack from the Chinese Coast Guard.