Asia Animal Law Bulletin
Asia Animal Law Bulletin is the news source provided by the Institute of Animal Law of Asia (IALA) encompassing the latest updates on the protection of animals in the countries of Asia and analyzing the legal issues of the news articles.
Bird trafficking in Iraq;
Royal turtle laying eggs in captivity for the first time;
The closure of the largest dog meat auction house in South Korea;
Exemptions for animal ordinary cosmetics testing in China;
Chinese hotel with polar bears inside; and
Thailand's celebration of Elephant Day to attract tourists.
Read our third series of news articles on the following topics:
Ban of the dog meat trade in Cambodia;
Rescue of 2 bears from bear bile farming in Phu Tho and 6 bears in Binh Duong;
A newly discovered primate in Myanmar;
Listing Caspian Seal in the Red Book of Kazakhstan; and
Animal Advocacy Conference Asia 2020.
Read our second series of news articles on the following topics:
Israel is on its development to ban the fur trade;
China bans captive breeding of 45 wild animals by the end of 2020;
China's first biosafety law is passed in response to the COVID-19;
A man is arrested for allegedly abusing stray cats in Thailand;
A roaring comeback of wild Persian leopards in Russia’s Mountains; and
A cruel killing of a wolf in Kazakhstan.
Read our first series of news articles on the following topics:
The new report on illegal wildlife trade in Southeast Asia and China;
Suspected animal killers in Hong Kong will not be prosecuted;
The celebration of World Rhino Day and the birth of two Javan rhinos in Indonesia;
The new investigation of the dog meat market in South Korea; and
The mass death of aquatic animals at the Kamchatka Peninsula.