Scalded Donkey Meat
A live donkey is secured tightly and next to it is a pot of boiling stock. Diners indicate which part of the donkey they would like to eat. A chef removes the skin of that part of the animal, exposing the flesh. Using a wooden ladle, he pours the boiling stock over it repeatedly until it is cooked. It is then sliced and served on a plate.
According to the Chinese's explanation, diners come here not for the food, but purely to watch the torturing scenes of scalding the donkey and how it reacts. How sick!!! This reminds me of the movie 'Hostel' by Quentin Tarantino.
Hot Soup Turtle
I first heard of this dish in an Indonesian Chinese restaurant. They place a live turtle into a pot of cooled stock and simmer it. As the temperature of the water rises, the turtle would drink the soup to cool himself down. The flavoured stock is thus taken in by the turtle.
As the soup gets hotter, the turtle struggles in agony and creates excitement (sick!!) in the onlookers. The turtle is slowly cooked to death while onlookers enjoy the process. Finally the turtle is cooked, when taken together with the soup, the turtle meat is supposed to taste heavenly.
Roasted Duck Feet
A live duck is placed on a warm hotplate that is smeared with marinade. As the hotplate heats up, the duck starts to walk all over the hotplate until it starts jumping due to the heat. When the duck feet is cooked, they are cut off while the duck is still alive. The duck is then cooked as another dish.
Dragon Beard & Phoenix Feet 龙须凤爪
Sorry, I forgot how they cooked this dish. :P The ingredients are carp fish and chicken feet. The Chinese gives beautiful names to dishes.