Lisa then opened the floor to Andrea Gung, the founder of Duo Duo Animal Welfare Project, who gave an account of what she saw during her many visits to the Yulin slaughter house. There was not a dry eye in the audience when she revealed the tiny cage that carries up to 8 large dogs for days without food or water. Andrea also spoke of how young Chinese activists are rising up to end this ‘atrocity without borders`. Shortly after the speeches, Dr. Sessa went over guidelines and thanked Lisa’s husband, Ken Todd for his support. Rick Langley, co-founder of Stop Yulin Forever then stepped in to start and guide the march.