The latest news about our animal protection work in China.
November 22, 2013
HSI met with high-level officials and encouraged grassroots-level advocacy in our pursuit of a ban on animal testing of cosmetics in China.
November 12, 2013
For the second time, local activists staged a protest against seal product trade at the China International Fisheries & Seafood Expo.
November 7, 2013
HSI and The HSUS Be Cruelty-Free campaign welcomed the announcement that from June 2014, China plans to remove its mandatory animal test requirements for domestically manufactured cosmetic products.
October 30, 2013
Losing Out on 1.3 Billion Consumers is Worth It to Australian Company to End Animal Testing in China
Australian skin care company MooGoo has declined a lucrative distribution opportunity in China because the Chinese government refused to import its products without testing them on animals.
September 30, 2013
HSI's Be Cruelty-Free Campaign Welcomes Revision of China Cosmetics Law as Time to Modernise Without Animal Testing
HSI hoped that a planned revision of Chinese law would offer an opportunity for alternatives to animal testing.
September 27, 2013
One hundred and ten dogs survived the 2013 Yulin, China dog meat festival with the help of HSI and our partner groups.
August 12, 2013
A citywide "Bye Bye Shark Fins! Cycling for Sharks" event in the heart of Beijing raised public awareness and support for sharks, whose numbers are declining worldwide due to the cruel shark finning trade.
July 5, 2013
HSI is working in China to improve animal welfare in zoos and protection in the wild.
July 3, 2013
The June 2013 Yulin, China dog meat festival went ahead, but it was clear that pressure to stop it had had a dampening effect on celebrations.
June 28, 2013
Be Cruelty-Free Campaign to End Cosmetics Animal Testing in China Launches with Pop Singer Wang Feifei, NGOs and Industry
Be Cruelty-Free, the world’s largest campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics globally, has launched in China to promote beauty without animal suffering. Humane Society International, Chinese NGOs and academic scientists, global retailer LUSH Cosmetics and Chinese pop singer Wang Feifei, are calling for China to end its mandatory testing of cosmetics on live animals.