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  1. Like hounds to the slaughter- it's a dog's life

    Posted Sep 23rd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... began, but one thing's for sure- it will continue even after the nearby, illegal dog market is replaced by a legal one. In the absence of any animal rights laws for non-endangered species, ... more often in the winter.' Dog meat has long been valued in China for its reputed warming properties, but animal rights activist Lu Di, a retired teacher of classical Chinese literature, ...

  2. One man's meat...

    Posted Feb 18th 2010, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... would be revolted. But, however hard I tried, I could not find myself condemning their consumption as food, in China and elsewhere. A new draft animal rights legislation has been prepared ... single out cat and dog meat. And before readers shout that I should worry more about human rights than animal rights, yes, I agree that China's records are appalling and need to improve- ...

  3. Letters

    Posted Mar 27th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... no longer feels threatened it could stop buying weapons from the US. Suzie Chen, To Kwa Wan Far to go on animal rights The article ('Animal rights and wrongs', March 9) reminded me that we still have a long way to go in Hong Kong when it comes to protecting animals' rights and welfare. This is an international city, and cruelty to animals should never be tolerated. The key ...

  4. Lai See

    Posted Jun 18th 2010, 12:00am by Luisa Tam

    ... with Luisa Tam Exco convenor Leung throws support behind a greener city We often hear animal rights activists complain about animals in zoos being kept in filthy and unnaturally cramped conditions. Welcome to Hong Kong, where we have hundreds of thousands of people living in cages, cubicles and rooftop huts. Leung Chun-ying, convenor of the Executive Council, recently made a shocking ...

  5. letters

    Posted Apr 20th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... its mind in order to cope with the issue. If we don't treat public doctors reasonably, we will eventually suffer. Renee Wong, Methodist College Unhappy animals Has it ever occurred to you that wild animals being kept in small cages are not happy? There have been controversies over whether animals have rights and whether people should continue to catch them for display in zoos. ...

  6. Talkback

    Posted Oct 28th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and sights of animal body parts. Animal rights will be advanced, and health-care costs will be reduced dramatically if gastric, digestive and circulatory disorders are minimised. Hong Kong can lead ... drivers are running their own businesses, and if they feel they can survive offering discounts, why should the government interfere with their right to charge less. Christina Chan (Talkback, ...

  7. beasts in the wild

    Posted Jan 07th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the right to kill wild animals? 2 Is it necessary to kill wild pigs when they cause problems to villagers? 3 Wild animals can be a hazard to humans. Is it justifiable to kill them when the danger ...

  8. Film

    Posted Dec 16th 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui, Paul Fonoroff

    ... records the ritual killing of dolphins in a small Japanese inlet. Features animal rights activist Richard O'Barry. CT The Drunkard (IIB) (Cantonese and Shanghainese) Having inspired Wong ... (Cantonese) The television anime about grand tournaments for spinning-top players gets the feature-film treatment, as a mysterious competitor arrives with a lethal top in his hands and apocalypse ...

  9. Emission estimate is probably right

    Posted Nov 22nd 2008, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... not have to measure emissions from every landfill, vehicle, production plant and animal in a country? Not necessarily. When the United Nations reported this week that Kyoto Protocol signatory ... news is, they are probably right about China. ...

  10. Film

    Posted Dec 09th 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui, Paul Fonoroff

    ... Oscar-winning documentary records the ritual killing of dolphins in a small Japanese inlet. Features animal rights activist Richard O'Barry. CT The Drunkard (IIB) (Cantonese and Shanghainese) ... Gobie (I) (Cantonese) Stereoscopic animation, financed by the Tsui Wah restaurant chain, about a reindeer's adventures as he embarks on a trip to visit Santa Claus to get a cure for his pet ...




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