Posts Tagged "Animals Asia"

Moon Bear

A moon bear scratching his back on a tree   On July 4th we went to Animals Asia’s China Bear Rescue Center in Chengdu. This sanctuary was the first in the world. It was created as a rescue for bears involved in the bear bile farming industry. The majority of bears are ...

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Animals Asia #tablefor3

When did humans become anthropocentric? Anthropocentrism is the idea that humans are the final aim and end of the universe, that everything is viewed and interpreted in terms of the human experience and values. The idea that humans are not only above animals, but also above the environment and are on ...

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The Fight for Moon Bear Justice: Changing the Paradigm of Bear Bile Farming

They are called “moon bears” because of the moon shape on their chest Photograph by Ethan Crawford On Saturday, July 27, 2013, we visited the Moon Bear Rescue Center, founded by Jill Robinson, an adamant supporter against bear bile farming all over the world, especially in China. Bear bile is used throughout China in ...

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