"So what you're saying is... you can't give awards for good journalism to bad journalism?"After a few upbeat weeks on political intrigue in Chongqing, Sinica is back this week with another depressing show about the various ways China is killing us all. This week our conversation turns to cadmium-laced rice, endangered species and the pollution of the food supply in a conversation with writer and broadcaster Isabel Hilton, founder of China Dialogue, and Jonathan Watts, Guardian correspondent and author of the book When A Billion Chinese Jump.As always, we hope you enjoy the show. If you like to keep up-to-date on things but have trouble tearing yourself off Facebook to check for a new show each Friday, one alternative is letting our podcasts come to you. Subscribe to our RSS feed by opening iTunes and selecting the option "Subscribe to Podcast" from the Advanced file menu. Provide the URL http://popupchinese.com/feeds/custom/sinica when prompted. And if you just want to download this specific show, you can grab the standalone mp3 file for this episode right here.