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28 March 2018

Chinese politician publicly calls for complete end to bear bile farming

Proposal urges China’s legislative body to follow the lead of Vietnam and Korea by pledging to completely end bear bile farming.

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23 March 2018

Brutal dog vs boar “fight” in Vietnam sparks national outrage and calls for law change

Welfare groups, the media and the public express shock after footage emerges of barbaric animal cruelty video filmed in the capital, Hanoi.

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22 March 2018

The last male northern white rhino has died – here’s why it matters to you

The species now faces imminent extinction, but unless the world wakes up, other species will follow and we don’t yet know the full consequences of their loss.

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22 March 2018

This #WorldWaterDay there is a way to save huge amounts of water which isn’t being mentioned

While we’re asked to save water piecemeal by fixing broken taps, an exponentially larger source of wastage continues to be ignored – the meat industry.

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21 March 2018

Amazon Smile: here’s how you can help end animal cruelty – absolutely free!

When you buy on Amazon, you can now automatically give a donation to Animals Asia at no extra cost to yourself. Here’s how...

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19 March 2018

Bear of a thousand smiles still grinning after receiving clean bill of health

Moon bear Ginny was rescued from bile farm hell nearly two decades ago, and constant care means she is still fighting fit into old age.

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16 March 2018

Health care and respect go hand in hand for Vietnam’s dogs and cats

A new programme is training Vietnamese vets in small animal health care to boost welfare and foster respect for our furry friends.

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15 March 2018

TripAdvisor refuses to remove listings which harm animals, but promises to improve record on animal welfare

The world’s biggest travel site maintains a proven increase in wild animal selfies isn’t its responsibility, but vows to expand animal welfare policy.

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