.For more than 40 years cosmetic products sold were some how tested on animals.
.Rats and mice were the most common used animal for testing.
.In China every company that sells cosmetic products has to be tested on animals by law for skin and eye irritation.
.if other companies can find other ways for testing why doesn’t China do that?
.Why isn’t there a law that says no country can test on animals?
.The Chinese companies should look at how the Body Shop are so popular and yet do not test on animals at all.
Violin, Eaten, Yellow, Aeroplane, Swept
My mum said “Thomas you need to learn an instrument.” You need to decide what instrument you want to play.
I finally made up my mind, I was going to play the violin. I made my mum take me to the shops to choose one. There in front of me, I saw a yellow violin and thought to myself, that’s the one.
My brother started to pick on me about the colour, but I didn’t listen to him, I just swept it under the carpet. The following day I had eaten my breakfast and we were going on the aeroplane to Perth with my violin.
.Animals have played a staring roll in circus for many years.
.Some areas of Australia have banned the use of circus animals completely.
.Some areas of Australia still allow animals to perform, as long as they are kept in conditions the government approve of.
.Does the circus owner get fined if the animals are treated badly?
.Why do animals have to be used at all in a circus?
.If people stopped going to the circus because they use animals, then maybe the people who run the circus will stop using them.
We have a man sitting on a bench with a statue next to him. It looks like there at an airport because the man has his luggage next to him.
The man is reading a book that he seems very interested in, it’s like he’s not even aware that the statue is there. I don’t know if this statue is a very important man but he does look very well dressed and going somewhere special.
Even though these men are very different, they are there for the same thing, to get to a destination.