China pushes for the legalisation of tiger products while the rest of Asia scrambles to protect a dwindling tiger population.
DEBBIE BANKS
The tiger is facing extinction. If the present trend continues, there will be no tiger left in the wild.
BARUN MITRA
Tigers originated in China about two million years ago about the time when the ancestors of human beings, homo erectus, started to walk fully erect on two legs somewhere in North Africa.
LEE HAN SHIH
It says a lot about the tigers in the 21st century that it is an occasion of joy in some quarters when a wild tiger kills a human being.
LEE HAN SHIH
Controversial photographs raise hopes of a species thought to be extinct but also spark suspicion of China's subterfuge.
DEBBY NG
India, with half the world’s population of wild tigers, sees red over China’s plans to reopen the trade in tiger parts.
DEBBY NG