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26 June 2017

HAPPENING NOW: Animals Asia is rescuing nine bears from a bile farm in Vietnam

Caged for over a decade - nine bears from a Vietnamese bile farm are set for rescue ahead of a 1,500km journey to their new home. YOU can help and follow it all LIVE.

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23 June 2017

Animals Asia bear sanctuary praised as exemplary by Chinese government

Animals Asia’s sanctuary for bears rescued from the bile industry has been named a model facility in recognition of its educational programmes.

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22 June 2017

Abandoned for being disabled: this Chinese kitten now knows she’s just perfect as she is

At just a few months old, handicapped Xiao Xi was found abandoned on the street of Harbin still wearing a collar – but now she has the family she’s always wanted.

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21 June 2017

Ending Yulin won’t end dog meat eating, but ending dog meat eating will end Yulin

The Yulin dog meat festival WILL end – when we end ALL dog meat eating. To make that a reality the international spotlight must linger longer than one week in June.

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20 June 2017

Tough at the Top: Animals Asia faces fear to help end animal suffering

Staff, supporters and ambassadors completed a 100 metre abseil from the top of the UK's highest tower to raise funds for Animals Asia.

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20 June 2017

Chinese animal charities advise rescuers not to buy dogs in Yulin

Over 100 Chinese animal NGOs have signed an open letter ahead of the Yulin dog meat festival reminding rescuers – buying dogs fuels the trade.

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16 June 2017

Yulin authorities tell media there is no “dog meat ban”

Rumours that dog meat sales would be banned in the run up to this year’s Yulin dog meat festival have been denied by the city authorities.

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15 June 2017

SUCCESS: Carrefour says dog meat is off their shelves – but we need YOU to hold them to it

French supermarket chain Carrefour has removed dog meat products from two stores in China, but has failed to assure customers it won’t return.

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