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13 May 2016

Vietnam told - take a lead and retire your elephants

No elephant festivals, no tourist rides. Animals Asia says Vietnam should take a lead in Asia and let its elephants live in peace instead of being used for work and entertainment.

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12 May 2016

Three years after their rescue - these incredible bears are reaching new heights

It took a 900km round trip on treacherous Vietnamese roads to pick up two tiny cubs confiscated from traffickers - three years on, they’re both high climbers.

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09 May 2016

Bear Hugs for Bears Week is here to stay!

Thousands of huggers across the world have made sure that Animals Asia’s Bear Hugs for Bears Week is here to stay.

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05 May 2016

Danang authorities told - there’s nothing “green” about dolphin parks

As plans for dolphin park in Danang, Vietnam hang in the balance, Animals Asia is reminding city leaders - there is no such thing as an “eco” dolphinarium.

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04 May 2016

The world gets hugging for bears trapped on bile farms

Around the world this week thousands of people are playing their part in raising awareness and much needed funds to help end bear bile farming - by hugging!

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03 May 2016

Removing "human-inflicted" pain from rescued bears

Pippin, Tai Tan and Eclipse were all rescued from bear bile farms. Vet Sheridan Lathe describes the ailments they suffer and how they are treated as they grow old in their sanctuary.

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29 April 2016

Legendary “peacemaker” moon bear Jasper dies at Animals Asia’s sanctuary

Moon bear Jasper spent 15 years in a Chinese bile farm crush cage. Rescued by Animals Asia he spent 15 more as the life and soul of the sanctuary before his death this week.

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26 April 2016

Follow the #DanangRescue LIVE

Follow Animals Asia's rescue of a 13-year-old bear in Danang, Vietnam and the 800km return trip to our sanctuary in Tam Dao.

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