"Now I'm teaching four
Other families. They want
To get rich like me."
— Chinese cockroach rancher Zou Hui tells the Los Angeles Times. She gave up her job at a knitting factory in 2008 to launch her creepy-crawly enterprise. In China, the insects are used in variegated ways, including pharmaceutical and cosmetic production.
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