Animals might just be making people fat
Whether or not Schwarzenegger thinks General Tso's chicken is an authentic Chinese dish is still up for debate, but people in China sure love their animal products (and presumably the Cameron-Schwarzenegger classic, Terminator). The average Chinese person eats 254g of meat and 142g of dairy and eggs a day, according to Quartz. That's a lot. Under the new guidelines, people are urged to scale way back -- to a daily overall total of just 200g of meat, eggs, and dairy. To put that into perspective, 200g = 7.05oz, which is less than the average 8oz steak you’d order as a restaurant entree, if you're fancy like that.
Cow farts are killing the planet
So why did China pick an Austrian-American former bodybuilder/actor-turned-governor and the director who turned him into a movie legend? WildAid, which is spearheading the PSA, reached out to them because of the environmental angle.