Yulin 2017… steps towards a more humane future

While Yulin 2017 goes ahead, ACTAsia explains what approach can bring about long lasting change for all animals in China.

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Temporary ban on dog eating is a step in the right direction

ACTAsia's statement following the news of a ban on the sale of dog meat during the Yulin Dog Meat Festival in China, in June 2017.

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Founder of ACTAsia awarded by International Cat Care

ACTAsia’s founder, Ms Pei F. Su, has received an award for her personal dedication and commitment to animal welfare and education over the past 25 years and on an international level.

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‘Train the Trainers Veterinary Program’ pays dividends for animals in China

In March we offered vets in China more specialised training in ophthalmology and cardio-respiratory topics. In addition, we reached 15 certified Trainers in China to continue our work.

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Six new schools to spread the word on CLE

At the end of 2016, six schools in Hangzhou and Shanghai registered fresh interest in ACTAsia’s Caring for Life Education program (CLE). They couldn’t wait to start the program, and the only de-lay was due to teacher training.

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