Game of Hunting - Netflix
Zheng Qiu Dong is a persistent man when pursuing his ideals. He survives through business failures, economic pitfalls purposely set up by adversaries and unfortunate romances without losing his moral principles to become an elite of the financial world, described metaphorically as the "hunting ground".
Runtime: 45 minutes
Game of Hunting - Hunting and shooting in the United Kingdom - Netflix
In the United Kingdom hunting without qualification generally refers to hunting with hounds-normally fox hunting, beagling, stag (deer) hunting or minkhunting-whereas shooting is the shooting of game birds. What is called deer hunting elsewhere is deer stalking. As of 2012 game shooting and deer stalking are carried on as field sports in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Hunting with hounds in the traditional manner became unlawful in Scotland in 2002 and in England and Wales in 2005, but continues in certain excepted forms. Traditional foxhunting continues in Northern Ireland. Following a trail (similar to drag hunting) rather than a live quarry has subsequently grown in importance in Great Britain, as has hunting foxes to a bird of prey. The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) says that over a million people a year participate in shooting, including game shooting, clay shooting and target shooting. In 2005 it became unlawful in England and Wales to shoot flights or game birds while they are not in flight, an action which has long been considered unsporting in any event.
Game of Hunting - Game animals - Netflix
Goose Greylag goose Canada goose Pink-footed goose White-fronted goose (England and Wales only)
In the UK “game” is defined in law by the Game Act 1831. Other (non-game) birds that are hunted for food in the UK are specified under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. UK law defines game as including: Although there is no close season for hare outside Northern Ireland, the Hare Preservation Act of 1892 makes it illegal to sell, or offer to sell, hare between 1 March and 31 July. Deer are not included in the definition, but similar controls provided to those in the Game Act apply to deer (from the Deer Act 1991). Deer hunted in the UK are: Red deer Roe deer Fallow deer Sika deer Muntjac deer Chinese water deer Hybrids of these deer Other birds and animals shot in the UK include: Duck Mallard Wigeon Teal Shoveler Pintail Common pochard Common goldeneye Gadwall Tufted duck
Wood pigeon Woodcock Snipe Rabbit Golden plover
Game of Hunting - References - Netflix