No More Made In China - Pledge to not buy Chinese goods until the Yulin Dog Meat Festival is banned

  • by: Amanda Baret
  • recipient: Chinese ambassador in South Africa, Ambassador TIAN Xuejun. The South African ambassador in China, Mr Langa Bheki Winston Joshua, Ambassador

Pledge to find alternatives to products that have a Made In China label. Pledge to not buy products that have a Made In China label.

The heinously cruel practise of torturing dogs and cooking them alive to make the meat "more tasty" is absolutely unacceptable. The Yulin Dog Meat festival celebrates this and must be stopped.

As consumers we can use our buying power to influence our own government, and the Chinese authorities to ban this practice, and to ban the Yulin Dog Meat Festival. The act of refusing to purchase a product with a Made In China label is strong statement of disapproval of this practise.

We need to start acting as individuals and use the collective power we have to make change happen.

Update #43 years ago
2 days ago - Stars speak out against the Yulin Dog Festival:

Please sign the HSI petition as well. The link is in the artical:
Update #33 years ago
Please share this petition on Facebook and Twitter - so important to reach as many caring people as possible.

Here is a link to a recent news article about the Yulin Dog Meat Festival - only for those with a strong stomach!!
Update #23 years ago
In just under 24 hours we are 63 signatures away from our first target ! Time to up the ante and go for the next target.

People want ways they can make a substantial difference to end animal abuse and this is one of them. Please share on Facebook and tell your friends about your commitment to change.
Update #13 years ago
As individuals we can make a significant difference by diverting our funds to supporting local, or buying products from countries other than China!. Together, we can make a massive difference!

Please share this Pledge on Facebook . Urge your friends to join the movement!
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