Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, please speak out against the brutal dog meat trade
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Is Seoul Souless? Seoul, you are breaking our hearts.
Seoul is the capital city of South Korea. A search engine reveals the sickening scale of Seoul’s dog meat demand. Naver searches resulted in: 1,171 Health Food Centers; and 449 dog meat restaurants in the vicinity of Seoul! You must take action TODAY if you want Seoul to stop this atrocity against our best friends. Please click below to take action.
Engaged Buddhist and Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, please speak out against the brutal dog meat trade.
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a highly revered spiritual leader, poet and human rights activist known around the world. He is one of today’s best known Zen Masters and his teachings on mindfulness and practicing peace are followed worldwide. He has published more than 100 books, including over 40 in the English language.
Thich Nhat Hanh was born in Vietnam on October 11, 1926 and became ordained as a novice monk when he was 16 years old. Thich Nhat Hanh has since founded several practice centres around the world, and continues to travel, despite suffering a severe stroke in 2014.
We would like Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh to speak out against the practice of eating companion animals and the cruelty involved in the trades, and to share the Buddha’s teachings on compassion to animals to his followers and to the world.
Supportive New Milford Mayor Subrizi responds to call to action against the dog meat trade
Mayor Ann Subrizi of New Milford has replied to our Miryang Sister City campaign/petition that we sent to her office, and we are pleased to say that she has responded positively. She kindly offered her personal support for our campaign to stop the cruelty to animals and even offered to sign our petition.
We would like to thank her for listening to our concerns and taking action. Click HERE to learn more and send a thank you email to Mayor Subrizi.
A New Year, a new UN Secretary-General, and a new line of hope?
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres: Help bring an end to the unacceptable and cruel South Korean Dog and Cat Meat Trades!
Now that Mr. Ban Ki-Moon has stepped down as Secretary General to the UN, and Mr. António Guterres has taken over, we must continue our efforts to get this new Secretary General to use his voice and position to speak out against the horrific cruelty going on in South Korea. Click HERE to sign petition and take action TODAY.
File petition with the South Korean government through e-People