Q. and A.: Jill Robinson on Animals and Empathy in Asia

Ms. Robinson discusses Animals Asia Foundation’s work to end bear bile farming in China and Vietnam, changing cultural attitudes in Asia and the bear that reached out to her.

Ms. Robinson discusses Animals Asia Foundation’s work to end bear bile farming in China and Vietnam, changing cultural attitudes in Asia and the bear that reached out to her.

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