China's Top Actress Urges End To Illegal Ivory Trade

On a fact-finding mission to Kenya, film actress Li Bingbing - one of China's most popular celebrities and a rising Hollywood star - has urged greater effort by governments and consumers to combat illegal wildlife trade.

Li Binging's visit to Kenya will focus on the far-reaching impacts of the illegal ivory trade. In the past decade, the number of elephants illegally killed in Africa has doubled, according to a recent UNEP study.

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