Yao Ming Goes After Bear Bile Farms

A documentary screening event organized by animal welfare group Animals Asia Foundation in Beijing called for an end to bear bile farming, the practice of extracting bile from the gall bladders of living bears.

Yao Ming Goes After Bear Bile Farms
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104 comments

Nils Anders Lunde
PlsNoMessage se3 years ago

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Debbie Crowe
Debbie Crowe4 years ago

These poor bears are suffering every day!! I sure hope this documentary gets TV time and not just on the internet.

With Yao Ming's name connected to it, I'm sure it will have a deeper impression on people and maybe they will finally listen and stop putting the bears through so much useless pain!!!

Beverly G.
beverly. g.4 years ago

poor poor animals always suffering from evil vile MAN. i hope this lovely man can get thru to them

Julianna D.
Juliana D.4 years ago

Glad to be reading this- Impact!!

NICOLETTE MARITZ
NICOLETTE MARITZ4 years ago

That has gone a long way to restore my faith in the Chinese. And I hope not to offend those many wonderful conscious and caring Chinese people when I say that, but please understand where I am coming from. We are all aware that the African black rhino remains under threat because its horn is in demand for use as a fever reducer in traditional Chinese medicine resulting in the black rhino suffering a 96 percent decline in numbers in more recent years. So I thank you Yao Ming for making a difference to the lives of the tortured bears. China needs some karmic points as I am afraid it is too late to save the rhinos.

Holly C.
Holly c.4 years ago

Wonderful, I hope he can help make a difference and stop this cruelty.

Chad A.
Chad Anderson4 years ago

I am happy to see people making courageous stands to do good with their celebrity.

patricia m lasek
patricia lasek4 years ago

good for him. I hope people will listen.

Sharon O'malley
Sharon O'malley4 years ago

I hope people will listen to Yao Ming. I'm glad he has compassion for these poor animals.

Berny P.
Berny p.4 years ago

If Yao Ming talks, hopefully people will listen.

This documentary should be shown to Junior & senior H.S. students throughout China.

Things will only change if the children are taught compassion for the bears at an early age.