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Animals Asia is a Hong Kong based charity, dedicated to ending cruelty and restoring respect for all animals in Asia. Projects include: rescue of 500 farmed bears in China to end bear farming forever, finding solutions to end dog and cat eating...
The practice of feeding predatory carnivores in zoos and wildlife parks live "prey", has been discontinued in most countries for many years. In China, however, it is still widely practiced today.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture gave four Chinese companies approval to export cooked poultry products to the United States. Are our representatives also fully cooked in China before taking office on Capitol Hill?
Industries in north-eastern China have released large quantities of an ozone-depleting gas into the atmosphere in violation of an international treaty, according to scientists..
Hundreds of demonstrators, including prominent lawmakers, were arrested at a peaceful sit-in in Hong Kong early Wednesday, following a huge rally calling for democracy in the Chinese territory.
Foreigners from a range of countries who can document clean bills of health are being denied entry to places of business and other facilities simply because they are foreigners.
Despite the huge health risks they create, these practices are deeply embedded in rural Chinese life. The wild animals that mix with more common livestock — poultry, swine, and seafood — form a deadly combination.
The Mekong is a river in mainland China and Indochina. It is the world's 10th longest river. Its estimated length is 4909 km (3050 mi), and it drains an area of 795,000 km2 (307,000 sq mi), discharging 475 km3 (114 cu mi) of water annually.
Crunchbase's Tencent entry lists 479 investments, with a fund totalling $6.6bn. It would be tedious to go through them all, but let's take a quick look at some of them.
Chinese demand for rosewood—trafficked more than ivory, rhino horn, and pangolin scales—is fueling a crisis in Guatemala's forests. The same thing is happening in several African countries. A task for the West and the U.N., perhaps?