Top vet Romain Pizzi has been working with Animals Asia staff at our Vietnam sanctuary to share his keyhole surgery expertise. Romain, who is veterinary surgeon at Edinburgh Zoo and the Scottish SPCA…
Animals Asia has welcomed news that industrial-scale bear bile farming company Guizhentang has ended its application for a stock market launch after the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission announced its application review had been terminated.
A hundred and fifty Chinese drugstores announced they would no longer be selling bear bile products in a move timed to coincide with Animals Asia’s 15th anniversary.
Visitors to Vietnam have been given a stark reminder from Animals Asia that “bear bile tourism” will not be tolerated.
Work is set to begin repairing flood damage at Animals Asia’s Chengdu sanctuary in China after a huge response from supporters to an appeal launched just over one week ago.
Following heavy rain at Animals Asia’s Chengdu sanctuary in China that has caused damage onsite, staff are planning urgent repairs to ensure their safety through the ongoing rainy season. Whilst the rain has currently stopped, the local government authority has issued a notice of expected further severe rainstorms, advising preparation for flooding from now until the 20th July.