Tag: tiger-bone-wine

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Ongoing and clandestine tiger trade in China is no surprise to EIA – or the country’s Government

On the 17th December, the Daily Mail ran a story with gruesome images depicting tiger killing and trade at a captive tiger facility, reportedly sourced from a whistleblower at the Qinhuangdao Wildlife Rescue Centre in Hebei Province of China. According to the story, the whistleblower had shared the pictures and information with one of China’s leading independent national non-government organisations who circulated it on social media.

Report

On the Butcher’s Block – The Mekong Tiger Trade Trail

There is no escaping the fact that countries from which wild tigers have been wiped out or virtually wiped out in recent years – Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and China – are countries where the tiger has been valued solely for the sum of its body parts.

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UK MPs call on governments worldwide for urgent action to end killing of big cats

Today in Westminster, MPs have called for urgent action to end the killing of tigers and other big cats by halting trade in their parts and products. At an event co-hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary China Group and the Indo-British All-Party Parliamentary Group, along with our Wildlife campaigners, MPs expressed serious concern over the existential […]