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Guangzhou

at members of PETA Asia-Pacific protesting against killing animals for food at Tokyo's Shibuya district date August 3, 2009 accessdate 17 March 2010 demonstrations and celebrity involvement against fast food outlets, and undercover investigations of animals used for live transport and traditional religious


Manila

coasts of Korea. PETA Asia-Pacific PETA Asia-Pacific was founded by Ingrid Newkirk in Hong Kong in 2005 to support animal rights programs and campaigns in Asia. Jason Baker, a former staff member of PETA who was involved in setting up PETA India and PETA Australia, is PETA Asia Pacific's first director. Its offices are in Hong Kong and Manila. It works through public education, animal cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity

involvement, and protest campaigns. Its campaigns cover countries including China, Japan, Malaysia, and South Korea. In 1976, Spassky was obliged to return to the Interzonal stage, and he was well short of qualifying from the Manila Interzonal, but was seeded into the Candidates' matches after Fischer declined his place. Spassky won an exhibition


Japan

, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns. Its campaigns cover countries including China, Japan, Malaysia, and South Korea. Goldfish (''Carassius auratus'') were originally domesticated from the Prussian carp (''Carassius gibelio''), a dark greyish-brown carp native to Asia. They were first bred for color in China over


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