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BEIJING: China's top legislature will revise the Anti-Money Laundering Law, the Law on the People's Bank of China, the Law on Commercial Banks, and the Insurance Law this year, it said in an annual work report on Monday (May 25).
KUCHING: Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) is on the alert for illegal wildlife threats, particularly poaching of sun bears, following reports that China is promoting bear bile as treatment for Covid-19.
BEIJING: Strict regulations are being rolled out to prohibit the hunting and consumption of wild animals in Beijing.
KUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu government is to approve an immediate allocation to the management of the Sekayu Agriculture Park, which suffered damage during four cases of elephant rampage.
SIBU: Five men were arrested at the Sibu airport here for attempting to smuggle bird’s nest.
CHANGSHA: In the eyes of most young Chinese, wild animals are no longer associated with delicacies, nutrition or wealth like their elders used to believe. Instead, they think the eating habit is unhealthy, barbaric and even despicable.
KUCHING: The identification of pangolins as a potential intermediate host of Covid-19 can assist wildlife conservation and awareness efforts, says the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC).
PETALING JAYA: To combat wildlife trafficking, Malaysia must look into standardising wildlife protection laws between the peninsula, Sabah and Sarawak, as well as beefing up action against online traders, says a new report by Traffic.
SIBU: Nineteen protected birds would have ended up in a neighbouring country if not for fast action by the 10th Battalion General Operation Force (GOF), which seized the birds in Sri Aman Monday (Feb 11).