為慶祝2020年6月8日（星期一）聯合國的「世界海洋日」，香港電台第三台電台早播節目的主播Phil Whelan將就新上映的海上驚悚片《THE MARITIME BETRAYAL》，採訪作者Charles Barker。《THE MARITIME BETRAYAL》講述了一位女士為保護海洋最瀕危物種免受人口販運和有組織犯罪的掠奪而進行的對抗。當天的採訪將會於香港電台第三台電台及Facebook同步直播，詳情如下。
LIVE ON RTHK3 RADIO & FACEBOOK – Celebrating the United Nation’s “World Oceans Day” on Monday, June 8, 2020, from 12:00-12:30, RTHK3’s Phil Whelan on Morning Brew will interview author, hotelier and ocean conservationist Charles Barker about his new maritime thriller “THE MARITIME BETRAYAL”, an exciting new novel about one woman’s fight to protect the oceans’ most endangered species from trafficking and the predations of organised crime. From the savagery of shark finning in Costa Rica to the barbarism of the dolphin culls, mainly in Japan, and the brutality of whaling in the Pacific, this book cuts right to the heart of mankind’s wanton disregard for his fellow-creatures on the planet. Centred around the triads in Hong Kong and the Yakusa in Japan, the plot is largely based on the author’s experiences in Hong Kong and the tireless struggle to create global awareness towards the trading of shark fins. Also joining Phil and Charles will be HKSF’s Executive Director Andrea Richey to discuss the current shark finning situation in light of the recent shark fin seizure of 26 tons, 38,500 shark fins from endangered silky and thresher sharks – the largest single seizure in Hong Kong history.
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Hong Kong Shark Foundation (HKSF)’s aim is to raise awareness about shark conservation, particularly the unsustainable practice of shark finning, and to reduce consumption of shark products in Hong Kong. Every year, over 100 million sharks are caught worldwide for shark fins and other products, with over 50% of the world’s shark fin being traded through Hong Kong alone. HKSF believes this a rare opportunity for one city to make a significant impact on a global scale. For more information about HKSF, check out our website:
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