Humans run the world. For centuries, animals have lived among us. Some became our rides, our companions, our hunters, our defenders, as friends bound to us by bonds as close as the ones by blood; others became our food, our merchandise, our source of pride, our slaves, nothing but mere objects to us. This dichotomy continues into the 21st century, in which human-animal conflicts show no sign of abating, rather the contrary. In this podcast series, we explore the relationship between humans and animals and what we must do for a better future together.
Presented and Produced by Annalie Chow.
Tsao Chun-see and Helen Lo - Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre
Annalie Chow speaks to Tsao Chun-see and Helen Lo from Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre about their upcoming night safari tour for this summer.
A Fragile Planet
Annalie Chow talks to Celina Ho of Jacada Travel about their ongoing photo exhibition “A Fragile Planet”, which showcases the work of award-winning National Geographic photographer, Keith Ladzinski.
Yellow-breasted Bunting and Long Valley Eco-art Exhibition
Annalie Chow talks to Yat-tung Yu of Hong Kong Bird Watching Society and Kami Hui from the Conservancy Association about their upcoming Yellow-breasted Bunting and Long Valley Eco-art Exhibition.
Animal Cruelty Law
Annalie Chow talks to Amanda Whitfort, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong about the inadequacies of the current legislation on prevention of cruelty to animals and how to improve it.
Rodent infestation problems
Annalie Chow speaks to pest control expert Stuart Morton about rodent infestation problems in Hong Kong. She first asks him, what is the current situation in the city?
This week Annalie Chow speaks to Dicky Lau about his app VetNX, which provides telemedical services for animals in Asia.