August 7, 2016
Dolphin watching trip to the threatened Chinese White Dolphins in Hong Kong

In Memory of Suzette Ackermann

Hong Kong, July 21st 2016 – A great loss for family, friends and mother nature: Suzette Ackermann ~ professional dancer, Yoga/Doga instructor, environmentalist, dolphin activist and […]
July 11, 2016
The stunning Faroe Islands: Photo: Anna Rapoport

Boycotts against the Faroe Islands?

Last week, 6 July, saw the first grindadráp (grind) of the year in the Faroe Islands with 43 pilot whales killed. For those who want to see […]
March 21, 2016
Dolphins caught at Futo, Japan. Photo: Elsa Nature Conservancy

Pest Control: Will we learn from the past?

Tragically, concepts like the Chinese sparrow-kill from 1958 are still widely applied even nowadays. Please read the following story and find out at the end, what […]
March 2, 2016
A young beluga whale at Harbin Polar Land. Photo: China Cetacean Alliance

China – the latest nightmare for dolphins and whales

China becomes the latest nightmare for captive cetaceans due to the expansion of ocean parks. This begs the question does China have to follow the same […]
January 16, 2016
Dolphin captured in Taiji, Japan, to spend a lifetime 'entertaining' humans for profit at Beijing Zoo in China. Photo: Sasha Abdolmajid

Dolphins: A reflection for the new year

ne of the moments which left the biggest impression on me in 2015, was meeting a young journalist during my trip to China to help promote […]
November 13, 2015
Mecca for shark fin trading: Des Voeux Road in Hong Kong. Photo: Hans Peter Roth

The absurdity of shark hunting

A tour of Hong Kong’s shark fin trading quarters is the harrowing testimony to how openly such products are still being traded. In addition, there are […]
October 7, 2015
Visualisation of a Virtual Simulation Showcase. Photo: Landmark Entertainment Group

Stop Keeping Dolphins in Captivity – Interactive Virtual Reality Showcase is the Future

This is the translation of an interview published in the Taiwanese ‘Storm‘ e-magazine and Hong Kong ‘Standnews‘. By KC Chau he construction boom of aquaria and […]
September 13, 2015
Albino juvenile dolphin named "Angel" captured in Taiji, swims repeated circles in a tiny tank at the Taiji Whale Museum. Her family was butchered for human consumption. Photo: Web

The Dolphin’s smile – The biggest illusion on earth

By Shiray Tan i, my name is Shiray, I’m 13 years old and I’m from Malaysia. Last year, I saw a lot of posts on Facebook […]
July 30, 2015
An armada of high-powered motor yachts and boats chasing pilot whales. Photo: Andrija Ilic / Reuters

The change from indifference to an active stance in favour of pilot whale hunting

By Erla Brekkustova As a child in the 60’ties we had whale meat (grind) and blubber occasionally, but not often, since no one in the household […]
June 29, 2015
A bird's eye view of the 3rd Europe Close Dolphinaria Demonstration. Photo: Bite Back

European anti-dolphin-captivity demo attracts hundreds once again

Brussels – The Atomium in Belgium was again the striking backdrop to the ‘Europe: Close Dolphinaria!’ protest on Saturday 27th June. rganised by Annelies Mullens, an […]