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Kathryn, Vice, Anne stand against dog-eating festival in China

Kathryn, Vice, Anne among others take part on #StopYulin2015 campaign

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6/19/2015 in News
Kathryn, Vice, Anne stand against dog-eating festival in China

Local celebrities took advantage of their social media influence to protest against the Yulin festival, a dog-eating festival held in Yulin, China by supporting the #StopYulin2015 international campaign.
 
National Sweetheart Anne Curtis called out to her 8.3 million followers on Twitter to join the campaign and sign an online petition at the “world’s platform for change”change.org.
 
Teen Queen Kathryn Bernardo encouraged her followers as well while Unkabogable Star Vice Ganda took on a different approach by wearing a special costume designed with bones at the recent PEP List Year 2 awards last Thursday, June 19.
 
Others like Daniel Matsunaga, Isabel Oli, and Coleen Garcia took to Instagram their support by posting actual images from the said festival.
 
It was reported that the festival was first held in 2009 to celebrate the summer solstice where thousands of dogs are slaughtered and cooked into meals.

Local celebrities took advantage of their social media influence to protest against the Yulin festival, a dog-eating festival held in Yulin, China by supporting the #StopYulin2015 international campaign.
 
National Sweetheart Anne Curtis called out to her 8.3 million followers on Twitter to join the campaign and sign an online petition at the “world’s platform for change”change.org.
 
Teen Queen Kathryn Bernardo encouraged her followers as well while Unkabogable Star Vice Ganda took on a different approach by wearing a special costume designed with bones at the recent PEP List Year 2 awards last Thursday, June 19.
 
Others like Daniel Matsunaga, Isabel Oli, and Coleen Garcia took to Instagram their support by posting actual images from the said festival.
 
It was reported that the festival was first held in 2009 to celebrate the summer solstice where thousands of dogs are slaughtered and cooked into meals.

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