It’s #MoonBearMonday again, and Olly is up to his old tricks.
That’s the message from Animals Asia's founder and CEO Jill Robinson today as it was announced that our “Next Chapter” fundraising appeal has hit its US$300,000 target.
Having survived hellish bile farms, rescued bears need protection and care – and our bear sanctuaries are set up to offer them just that.
A report into the opinions and habits of Vietnam’s 13-21 year olds has revealed they care more deeply about animals than freedom of speech and the environment.
Our Vietnam sanctuary may be in the tropics but winter is still coming, and Ricky's determined to soak up all the remaining sun between then and now.
When Animals Asia established its first bear rescue centre in China in the year 2000, it's hard to imagine the nervousness of founder Jill Robinson and her team. Because only bears can show you if a bear sanctuary is fit for purpose.
Animals in adverts and even in stores have become increasingly prevalent in China as outlets opt to use our furry friends as a sales gimmick. However, one Chinese mall is determined to buck the trend – agreeing that animals should be in the wild, not in TV studios or shops.