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18 June 2014

Five reasons why Yulin Dog Meat Festival must stop

Every year at the Yulin Dog Meat festival in China it’s estimated 10,000 dogs are slaughtered. In an open letter to Yulin local government Animals Asia’s Manager of China Cats & Dogs Welfare Project, Chinese national, Deng Yidan, spells out the five reasons why holding the festival is a mistake for the region and it’s people.

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18 June 2014

Yulin: Authorities discourage dog eating festival

Posters set to go up in Yulin, China ahead of its annual dog meat eating festival, suggest that local authorities are asking people to think twice before attending.

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16 June 2014

#Moonbearmonday: A little help from my friends

They may not be the animal kingdom's most renowned builders, but that didn't stop one group of moon bears at our Vietnam sanctuary from trying their hand a little bit of engineering.

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13 June 2014

Hello Kitty joins the fight to end bear bile farming

Asian super-brand Hello Kitty has backed Animals Asia’s campaign to end bear bile farming by highlighting the NGO throughout its glitzy 40th Anniversary road shows.

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13 June 2014

Peter Egan: Moon bears changed my life

Animals Asia Ambassador Peter Egan talks about how a trip to Animals Asia's China Bear Rescue Centre changed his life.

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11 June 2014

Nanning Diaries: Hope for a better future

Nanning Diaries takes you inside a bear farm that will become a sanctuary. The entire transition will take two years and we’ll keep you up to date every step of the way.

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10 June 2014

A sanctuary meeting of moon bear groups

When two mini moon bear communities came together to form a group of 15 at VBRC, Animals Asia staff had to orchestrate every detail to ensure the 15 individual personalities integrated smoothly.

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09 June 2014

#Moonbearmonday - Nanning Water Baby

With temperatures regularly reaching upwards of 35C, nothing feels better to the bears on Nanning Bear Farm than a cold shower.

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