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Jackie Chan fights for pangolins

Martial arts superstar and wildlife champion Jackie Chan is calling for an end to consuming pangolin products in a new public service announcement for WildAid and The Nature Conservancy.

In "Kung Fu Pangolin," Chan spreads the message that pangolins are now all protected by law, and he urges viewers not to consume pangolin products. While many people may have never heard of pangolins, they are the most heavily trafficked mammals on the planet. An estimated one million have been poached from the wild over the past decade.

Harrison Ford TV Public Service Announcements on Wildlife Trafficking

The U.S. Department of State, in partnership with WildAid, has produced three television public service announcements (PSAs) to combat wildlife trafficking featuring renowned actor Harrison Ford. More than 30 U.S. embassies in all regions of the world will showcase the PSAs in a global launch beginning June 5, World Environment Day. The ads will also be broadcast globally on television and cable stations.

Ideas of Chinese Youth to Feature in Global Wildlife Preservation Ads

A wildlife preservation group will create public service ads to be shown worldwide based on ideas by young people in China.

San Francisco-based WildAid and local partner Tencent, a major Chinese website, ended a six-month solicitation period for ad ideas Thursday.

Nine suggestions from Chinese youth, mostly college students, were chosen from among 2,160 candidates by environment experts, officials and votes from netizens on www.tencent.com.

Xinhua, WildAid to cooperate on raising wildlife preservation

The department of video and audio programs under China's official Xinhua News Agency is to cooperate with the WildAid to create public service ads to promote the preservation of threatened and endangered species.

The two sides signed an agreement Friday, under which the WildAid, a San Francisco-based wildlife preservation group, will fund the production of the advertisements on environmental issues agreed by both sides.

The Xinhua video and audio department will air the ads in its TV programs and broadcast media to be developed, according to the agreement.

Kung Fu Magazine hosts Tiger Champion Competion

This year, 2010, is the Year of the Tiger. In honor of this noble creature, we are working to help save wild tigers. Tiger Claw’s 2nd KungFuMagazine.com Championship and Shark City Nationals are cooperating with the non-profit Tiger Claw Foundation to bring attention to the plight of the tiger. We are all supporting WildAid, an international non-profit organization. Their mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade within our lifetimes.

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