Few days ago, I saw on nubar's website they seemed to be available in China.
This means animal testing.
If you missed that post, here is the link.
Since nubar is still on PETA's cruelty free list, I decided to send an email to PETA to make sure they're aware of the situation.
Here is the print screen of the answer I got.
As you may see, I have put yellow on 2 sections of the email.
The first section is a confirmation from PETA they're checking what's happening with nubar.
We'll know pretty soon.
Second part is really interesting :
''China has a five-year plan for the acceptance of all non-animal test methods used in the EU, and training for scientists has begun''
We already knew about the training part.
But the 5-year plan ? I was not aware of that, and according to the reaction I got on Twitter, I was not alone.
It's good news since it proves there's hope for Chinese animals.
I wish it could be faster, but it's a start!
What are your thoughts about that ?