Fin Free Vancouver

After much anticipation, we’re excited to announce the launch of our Fin Free campaigns across the lower mainland. With the growing momentum sweeping across Canada, now all eyes are on Vancouver and its neighbouring cities for shark fin bans.

在備受期待後,我們非常高興地宣布在Lower Mainland推出我們的無翅運動。隨著無翅增長的勢頭席捲加拿大各地,現在所有的注意力都集中在溫哥華及其周邊城市的魚翅禁令。

HELP MAKE VANCOUVER FIN FREE
請幫助使溫哥華成為無翅城市

Sign the Petition & Donate
簽署請願書捐贈

Will you help us collect 10,000 signatures to deliver to the new City Councillors and the Mayor of Vancouver by the beginning of January? Let’s make a New Years Resolution to have a fin free city!

你願意幫助我們在一月份的開始前收集一萬個簽名,并傳遞給溫哥華新市議員和市長嗎?讓我們進行一個新的改變,創建一個無翅的城市!

#1) Sign our petition for a Fin Free Vancouver on Change.org: http://bit.ly/finfreevancouver

請為無翅溫市簽署請願書,請點擊 http://bit.ly/finfreevancouver

#2) Support Shark Truth’s work to campaign for Fin Free cities by donating on IndieGoGo: http://www.indiegogo.com/Shark-Truth

為支持Shark Truth的創造無翅城市捐款,請點擊 http://www.indiegogo.com/Shark-Truth

Check out the team that is going to make this campaign a reality!

YOU’RE INVITED TO THE LAUNCH PARTY
無翅溫市 FIN FREE VANCOUVER

Join us for a night of cultural celebration and the launching of our campaign to make Vancouver Fin Free. ><((((‘>

請加入我們一晚的文化盛宴,推行無翅運動使無翅溫市成為現實。

We’ll be touring you through the classical Chinese Gardens under the moonlight to showcase the beauty and diversity of Chinese culture as a reminder that a Fin Free world is the kind we want to live in.

我們將會在月光下帶領你一起遊覽中式古典園林,通過展現中華文化的美麗和多樣性,提醒我們大家–無翅的世界才是我們想要的。

 

Thursday, December 1st
6-8pm
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
Inside the Hall of One Hundred Rivers  
578 Carrall Street

Entrance by donation (suggested $20)

Refreshments provided 有小食提供

Cash bar 有只限現金酒水吧

Pledge auction 拍賣活動

Fintastic raffle prizes (wanna donate one? Contact info[at]sharktruth{dot}com)

抽獎活動(購買獎券)

Wheelchair accessible 有殘障設施提供

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The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the first of its kind outside of China, is an authentic representation of an age – old garden tradition which reached its peak in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The Garden is characteristic of the private spaces within a Ming scholar’s residence. With its asymmetrical arrangement of rocks and plants, its winding paths and corridors, and the vistas that overlook its courtyards, the Garden emulates the rhythms of nature.