Posts by ACTAsia Editor
China’s 50th fashion brand to pledge a fur-free future is a popular label for children and maternity wear, les enphants. Founded in Taiwan in 1971, les enphants entered mainland China in 1993, and since then has grown to an influential 1,000 stores across 30 provinces and 204 cities.
Companies like Prada, Michael Kors, and Gucci have all joined the international Fur Free Retailer scheme to date, now numbering over 1,500. Since 2012, ACTAsia, a non-profit working for sustainable social change in China, has been promoting fur-free fashion on the Mainland. The Jing Take: Although fur is popular in China (primarily as trims or […]
In 2020, the global pandemic shone a spotlight on China and the significance of our work. Despite more pressures than ever before, we extended our education programmes to encourage care and compassion for people, animals and nature, working to keep our planet safe for future generations.