Mira Fong 房曼琪 is a free thinker and published writer for social and environmental justice. She has a degree in philosophy.
This home page addresses current issues on justice for humans and non-humans, intended to encourage the public to take actions.
Crustacean Sentience April 2013
Good News: On June 8, 2011, Taiwan legislators passed the Ban Trapping Bill, an amendment to Taiwan's Animal Protection Law: "That it is illegal to use, manufacture, sale, display or import steel jaw leg hold traps without permission from the central government". Now we must urge Taiwan authorities to set timeline and implement the law. Thanks to PETA, LCA and all other Taiwan's animal protection groups.
An Outright Betrayal-A letter to the editor July 10, 2010.
March 1, 2013 News Update: Great News!
A proposal from a working group to end the use of chimpanzees in labs is likely to be accepted by the National Institute of Health. This means over 400 chimpanzees will be immediately and permanently retired from research. In addition, most federally funded research using chimpanzees are also likely to end.
In The Name of The People, the true meaning of democracy
So you are thinking of becoming a vegan...but you are not sure if you can get enough protein from such diet. This is the number one concern for people are interested in adopting a plant based diet. It's real simple, just make sure that you eat a variety of whole food including grains, legumes, nuts, seeds and greens, these are sufficient to meet your daily protein need. Please read "Diet for a Small Planet" by Frances Moore Lappe and check out this website: www.mercyforanimals.org
Tomatoes, cucumber, kale, Bell peppers, zucchini, lettuce, sweet basil...all from my garden.
Ah, This is the Animal that Never Was, A poem
Published by Spiritual Renaissance
Photo from Farm Animal Reform Movement