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20 October 2015

Why does animal abuse persist worldwide?

Animals Asia Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale discusses why animal cruelty persists worldwide regardless of a country’s level of development.


19 October 2015

Making food fun at Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre

This #MoonBearMonday we’re honouring the carers behind the bears that work so hard to make their lives pretty much perfect.


16 October 2015

Vietnam pig slaughter festival organisers defy government and people to continue

Despite pleas from Vietnam’s Government to stop “violent and superstitious festivals” and the widespread condemnation of Vietnamese people - local authorities have announced they intend to continue to hold the Nem Thuong Pig Slaughter festival.


15 October 2015

“Bear cubs are cute, but rescuing them breaks my heart”

It’s hard to imagine anything cuter than a baby bear – each time a cub arrives at an Animals Asia sanctuary it’s cause for excitement - but it’s also a tragedy.


14 October 2015

While humans suffer is it right to help animals?

In the fifth instalment of a six-part series Animal Welfare Director Dave Neale discusses the ethics of animal welfare in a world where people continue to suffer.


13 October 2015

Dolphin plan is suicidal for ambitious Danang says Animals Asia

Plans to build a dolphinarium in Danang, Vietnam are “old fashioned” and would lead to a drop in tourists and investment, making it a suicidal move for the city.


12 October 2015

Saved from the bile industry – now who’ll save Arkte from David?

Alongside the moon bears at Animals Asia’s Vietnam sanctuary, there is a growing sun bear community including these two characters – David and Arkte. These small bears – often called “dog bears” in Vietnamese – grow to about half the size of a fully grown moon bear.


09 October 2015

Animals Asia’s growing influence in China recognised

Animal welfare charity Animals Asia’s growing influence within China has been recognised by accolades – suggesting its anti-animal cruelty message is being heard.