Published: Saturday 04 July 2015

Members of Taiwan's triads (secret societies) are using wild animals to test weapons purchased from smugglers. Their targets are boars, flying squirrels, wild rabbits, red deer and macaques. Reporters from Taiwan's China Times Express recently came across one such group, which told them that what they were doing was common in many forest areas of Taiwan.

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