What’s the point of Government Regulation? Look towards Kowloon Walled City?

Of course there is a balance on how much regulation is useful.

Existing during British Hong Kong, Kowloon Walled City was subject to a legal loophole and existed outside laws or regulations. This place was about the size of two city blocks.

From Business Insider:
“Food was a big part of the Walled City’s culture. Hong Kongers often visited to eat at one of the city’s many dog-meat restaurants. Dog-meat stew, traditionally made from six-month-old Chow puppies, was a popular dish in Hong Kong until it was banned by the British.”

Source: Chris McKenzie via Facebook