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EIA online library for Hidden in Plain Sight report

Bengal tiger (c) Elliott Neep

Bengal tiger (c) Elliott Neep

 

EIA has cached many of the online resources referenced in our report Hidden in Plain Sight: China’s Clandestine Tiger Trade.

These resources are available below for researchers and interest parties; most are in their original Mandarin, although we have provided some unofficial translations (unless otherwise indicated as official).

We would draw your attention in particular to the timeline as a handy chronological reference of key events and statements.

 

Tiger Farming Timeline

* EIA Tiger Farming Timeline – download here.

Can Tiger Bones of Captive Bred Origins Be Used in Medicine by Wan Ziming

* Download the article in Chinese here.

* Download an English translation of the article here.

 

Tiger skin with official permit (c) EIA

Tiger skin with official permit (c) EIA

Laws & Regulations

* EIA summary of relevant laws and notifications in China – download here.

* Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Protection of Wildlife – download in Chinese here.

* Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Protection of Wildlife – download an English translation here.

* Regulation of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of the Import and Export of Endangered Wild Fauna and Flora – download in Chinese here.

* Regulation of the People’s Republic of China on the Administration of the Import and Export of Endangered Wild Fauna and Flora – download an English translation here.

* Regulations For The Implementation On The Protection Of Terrestrial Wildlife – download in Chinese here.

* Regulations For The Implementation On The Protection Of Terrestrial Wildlife – download an English translation here.

 

Notifications, notices & circulars

* Emergency notice issued by China Auction Association, Jan 2012 – download here.

* Forestry Protection Notice (2003) No 3: pilot marking scheme – download here.

* Ministry of Health directive implementation 1993 State Council ban – download here.

* Notice of the SFA 2006 No 3 – download here.

* Notice of the SFA 2006 No 3 – download an English translation here.

* SFA Approval Guidelines for the sale, purchase and utilisation of terrestrial wildlife – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2003 No 2 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2003 No 3-2 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2004 No 1 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2004 No 6 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2005 No 5 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2005 No 3 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2007 No 8 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2007 No 8 – download an English translation here.

* SFA marking notification 2009 No 6 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2009 No 6 ANNEX – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2011 No 4 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2011 No 4 ANNEX – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2012 No 1 – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2012 No 1 ANNEX – download here.

* SFA marking notification 2013 No 6 – download here.

* SFA Notice 2007 no 206 – download here.

* SFA Notice 2007 no 206 – download an English translation here.

* SFA Notification 2009 No 298 – download here.

* SFDA Notification on the Management of the use of Leopard Bones, 2006 No 118 – download here.

* SFDA Notification on the Management of the use of Leopard Bones, 2006 No 118 – download an English translation here.

* State Council Ban on Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn,1993 – download here.

* State Council Ban on Tiger Bone and Rhino Horn,1993 – download an English translation here.

 

Production and Marketing of “Real Tiger Wine” by Sanhong Biotechnology Company

* Sanhong Real Tiger Wine Feasibility report – download here.

* Sanhong Real Tiger Wine Feasibility report – download an English translation here.

* Beilan’s Marketing Presentation for Real Tiger Wine – download here.

 

 Government notifications regarding Xia Feng

* 2014.1: Three Bengal tigers, seven Siberian tigers and one leopard, all carcasses

* 2011.2: Five Siberian tiger skins

* 2012.3: One Siberian tiger skin

* 2010.4: Two Siberian tiger skins

* 2011.4: Five Siberian tigers

* 2012.6: Eight Siberian tiger skins

* 2013.6: One Siberian tiger carcass

* 2012.7: Eight Siberian tiger carcasses

 

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