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27 February 2014

Monica Bando: My life as an Animals Asia vet

Former Animals Asia Senior Veterinarian at the Chengdu Bear Rescue Centre talks about how freeing bears from pain and suffering changed her life.

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26 February 2014

Stories from the Sanctuaries: Wang Run's incredible pics

Thanks to many hours spent watching over the bears, staff at our sanctuaries in China and Vietnam have many tales to tell, not to mention pictures and movies to share. In the first of our Stories from the Sanctuaries feature, Wang Run shares his incredible pictures.

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25 February 2014

#moonbearmonday: What's got Ginny Grinning

Ginny is grinning all over her beautiful moon bear face. But why is she so happy? We find out...

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22 February 2014

China's young elite unite against bear bile farming

Thousands of China's international students, often seen as the leaders of tomorrow, have come together to pledge their support to Animals Asia and to urge their country to end bear bile farming.

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20 February 2014

"Mended" moon bear Xuan Xuan captures China's imagination

Emotive photographs of “mended” moon bear Xuan Xuan by animal welfare photographer Peter Yuen captured the attention of millions across China via social media.

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19 February 2014

Animal welfare activists unite against dog racing

Animal advocates have united to shine a light on the cruelty of the dog racing industry by endorsing a campaign to prevent further development of greyhound racing in Asia.

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19 February 2014

Manuka: Shaking off the bile farm

In the third part of a four-part series we look back to the New Year Rescue that took place early in January 2013 and track the progress of the six bears who joined us at our China sanctuary. In the year that followed, their existence changed from painful daily extractions in tiny cages to rehabilitation and the start of new lives and friendships.

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