pic: Grand Hotel Taipei has the most number of  famous and important customers among all Taiwan's hotels for so many years.  However, according to the photo 6-8-2018, they used genetically modified soybean (基因改造黃豆) to cook dishes.

 

pic.: American Sherwood Hotel in Taipei, photo 5-28-2018
Braised Bean Curd with Crab Powder tasted good, but the chef did not answer my question if those bean-curds were made from G.M.(genetic modified) beans - which were called "national scandal" (國家醜聞) at The China Times, 3-29-2013.

 

     

pic. left:

watermelon,

grape,

tuna
in Sheraton buffet (top~bottom)

 

 

 

pic. middle:
 tuna in
Shangri La's

Taipei, cafe
(8-9-2018)

 

 

 

pic. right:
Tuna
 and
 Salmon

in Sheraton , F1
 (9-12-2018)

 

 

 

Raw Tuna fish slices -  how do you choose for 100% safety ?? 
     No  too beautiful-color ones !    No dark brown (tan) ones !

University studies (高雄海科大) found that 80% of raw fishes (Cobia, Tuna, Sword-Fish, Tilapia 鯛) in Taiwan market were stained ――  business men pump CO. (carbon monoxide) into those fishes in an enclosed space for beautiful or bright color look /  CTS TV news, 2-20-'06
Fishes adding CO is illegal in Europe, Canada, Korea, Japan, Singapore, etc, because of possible food-poisoning, or even causing Sepsis to die / Epoch Times, 2-20-'06 

TVBS 8-15-2018: M.D.江守山 commented Taiwanese government ignoring pumping CO into fishes which is illegal in Taiwan (法律禁止  政府未執法) ,  therefore Taiwanese have risk of eating slough and some unknown consequences.   Some other business people used chemical addictives (e.g., 檸檬酸鈉) to keep raw-fish's color unchanged.   Red meat fishes after being frozen are still "bright red" colour might be "processed" meat.  (ref. to 《食在安心》book by 江守山)

TVBS 12-12-2013: Nitrite,NO2( '亚硝酸盐' may cause cancer ) may be applied to raw tuna for bright red color look - ref to  https://news.tvbs.com.tw/life/513840

ETtoday News : Cutting red-meat fishes like Tuna to slices made its Myoglobin (「肌紅蛋白」),iron having oxidized and its meat becoming tan or brown in color.  Brownish-red colored meat can indicate spoilage.   Taiwanese gov. advised that people should avoid eating those brown colored, or