Chang Hoang Da - Voi
“Chang Hoang da - Voi” is the story of H'Non, a wild elephant in the Central Highlands, Vietnam. H'Non was captured at an early age and underwent brutal training to tame, serve human needs such as hauling wood, carrying goods, and giving rides to tourists. Over time, H'Non grew old and weak, but continued to be exploited. Chang is determined to find a way to bring the elephant H'Non back to the jungle.
Peer reviewed journal articles
Exploring the Africa-Asia Trade Nexus for Endangered Wildlife Used in Traditional Asian Medicine: Interviews With Traders in South Africa and Vietnam
International Trade in Bear Products for Traditional Asian Medicine
First records in Vietnam of Chrysilla acerosa Wang & Zhang2012 and Rhene flavicomans Simon 1902 (Araneae: Salticidae)
The challenges and conservation implications of bear bile farming in Viet Nam
Biennial reports (including Financial reports)