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The Kind-hearted Young Spirit - Eshiana Coleman (Vegan), Part 1 of 2

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The Kind-hearted Young Spirit - Eshiana Coleman (Vegan), Part 1 of 2

Today, we have the good fortune of meeting the bright young lady, Eshiana Coleman, who is a vegan, an animal activist, and holds the title of an Elite Gymnast in the United States. And on multiple occasions, she has spoken strongly on behalf of animal welfare. Do you want to know why she decided to become an animal activist? “Yes, we do.” “I’m here to wake people up because animals have a brain, they have feelings, they want to be loved and they want to play, and it’s not good for the climate or your health at all. And I want to let people know that, so that they can live a really fulfilling life.” What does Eshiana eat at school? How does she keep the vegan diet there? “So sometimes if in the morning I don’t” feel like making my lunch or my parents don’t, I will go to school and just get the salad bar options. But if I want a homemade lunch, I usually just pack a sandwich with veggies, tomatoes, and mustard, and maybe some vegan meat slices. There are a lot of vegan recipes that you find online.” As a high academic achiever in school, Eshiana has maintained an A+ grade point average throughout the school year. She is also into acrobatic gymnastics, where she spends about 15 hours each week in training with USA gymnastics.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-14   676 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-14

Vegan Actor, Musician and Environmental Activist - Aidan Gallagher

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Vegan Actor, Musician and Environmental Activist - Aidan Gallagher

There are so many troubling issues currently plaguing our planet today, such as global pandemics, impacts from climate change, environmental destruction, and animal extinctions. That’s why so many of them are rising up and getting their message out to the world. We are so excited to introduce another such hero, 17-year-old Aidan Gallagher, an American actor, singer, and songwriter. On top of being a brilliant artist, Aidan is at the forefront of championing environmental protection. After researching on his own, he became aware of the environmental and ethical aspects of meat consumption. After joining in with his family on Meatless Mondays, he eventually transitioned to a healthy plant-based diet. On his dietary choice, Aidan tweeted in March 2019, “I was not always Vegan. I started 4 years ago for the environment. As the leading cause of climate change I decided I had to lead by example.” In September 2018, Aidan discussed climate change impacts during the Global Climate Summit, hosted in San Francisco, USA. “I am honored to be here representing our world’s youth, who will be affected the most by climate change. We are all here because we value life, not only human life, but the lives of millions of species with which we share this world.” For our planet and for our animal friends, we hope everyone, young and old, can join Aidan in transitioning to the vegan diet, which is the easiest and the most effective way to make a positive change.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-22   607 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-22

Ameliarose - A Vegan Music Star, Part 1 of 2

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Ameliarose - A Vegan Music Star, Part 1 of 2

Today we are meeting Ameliarose, an incredibly talented singer/songwriter who is finding success in the music world, through her soaring voice and beautiful songs. Ameliarose made it to the Top 68 of American Idol’s Hollywood Week of 2019, which is a tremendous accomplishment, especially for someone who was only 16 years old at the time! “Well, the first song I ever wrote Was called ‘Save the Orangutans'. But it was about like saving the environment. And I think that my mom was the one who kind of was like, urging me to kind of be more in the community, in the vegan community. Once I got older, once I was vegan and stuff like that.” Ameliarose, as a vegan, how are you able to use your musical talents to support the vegan movement? “I love performing, for like vegan events and stuff like that. So I’ve played ‘Hudson Valley VegFest,' ‘Kingston Animalia,’ the ‘Can I Live’ festival and I think a couple of others. But I would love to get more active in the vegan music community.” “I just did a project with a friend of mine, about trying to incorporate meatless Mondays at my school. People seem very open to the idea.” We hope you are inspired by Ameliarose’s passion for music, and her efforts to promote the compassionate vegan diet.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-05-09   560 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-05-09

Vegans Are Cool, Part 1

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Vegans Are Cool, Part 1

Welcome to “Vegans Are Cool” where we proudly present some of our young Association members and friends from around the world. These multi-talented kids demonstrate what it means to follow a loving vegan lifestyle while pursuing their passions. A vegan lifestyle is one that doesn't involve eating and using animal products. These youth are compassionate, heroic, smart, and cool. They are role models of peace and love. First, we are traveling to meet two young vibrant vegans, Juanita and Angelina, in the beautiful city of Brisbane, Australia. ‟Hi, I'm Juanita and I'm 12 years old. I've been vegan since birth. Yes, her name is Lucky. And she's a dog. She surfs. I noticed when Lucky sleeps with me, I only have good dreams. I don't eat meat because I care for the animals, and they have feelings too.” One of Juanita's hobbies is poetry and she has written this beautiful poem about dolphins. Our next talented guest is from Hong Kong. ‟My name is Oliver. I'm 8 years old. Animals are our friends; we shouldn't hurt them. They are just different from us, like skin colors. For example, horses, they sleep while standing, they are living beings. But some of them won't grow up because people kill and eat them." Just like his mother, Oliver also enjoys practicing yoga and baking vegan cupcakes! Next up, we are meeting up with compassionate 11-year-old Seung-hyeon from Jeonju, Korea. ‟I thought it wasn't right to eat meat after watching a meat processing clip on Supreme Master TV. I don't think my friends know that a meat diet is crueler than we thought. When I eat a lunch box at school, my friends want to eat my lunch box rather than the school lunch, and they say the veggie meat is more delicious.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-09-26   559 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-09-26

The Kind-hearted Young Spirit - Eshiana Coleman (Vegan), Part 2 of 2

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The Kind-hearted Young Spirit - Eshiana Coleman (Vegan), Part 2 of 2

I’m curious about how she manages all of these things, and does them so well? “So, with the vegan diet, I usually have like it planned out the day. So, I normally have a schedule that I stick to every day so that it doesn’t get overwhelming. So, with the vegan diet, your recovery time from injuries or muscle soreness takes much less time than if you’re eating animal proteins and an animal-based diet. And also a vegan diet really builds up your strength.” Since gymnastics is a very intense sport, how does Eshiana keep herself calm and focused? Dose she have a secret? “A lot of the time, I can get really overwhelmed and so meditation is a great way for me to chear my head and get into a better head space. One of my favorite things to do if a have extra time is, I love to read, write and draw.” Finally, Eshiana’s dad, Mr. Monk Coleman, would like to share with us something special that Eshiana drew when she was very young. “And I looked at it and I was blown away because she was only six or seven years old when she did this. And it was like a how you should live. It was a roadmap to how you should live, to live a happy, healthy, compassionate life. But this is it right here.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-21   473 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-21

Lucy Musgrave: The Inspiring 15-Year-Old Vegan Entrepreneur on Kids’ Wonderland

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Lucy Musgrave: The Inspiring 15-Year-Old Vegan Entrepreneur on Kids’ Wonderland

Today, first we will introduce to you a special Plant-based chef from Hull, England, Miss Lucy Musgrave. She is only 15 years old. Her budding business, Puredelicious (puredelicious.co.uk), has recently attracted a great deal of attention. Lucy’s delicious recipes, creative energy and entrepreneurial spirit have inspired many people to be vegan. Would you like to know why Lucy wanted to be vegan? When she started cooking? “As I grew older, I became fully aware of damage being caused to our planet and animal habitats… especially in the meat and dairy industries. Because of this, and my love for animals, I decided to do something to change how I eat.” Do you want to know how she got started in her business? Because her food was so tasty, and so many of her friends wanted to learn from her, she was inspired to promote her recipes, in order to help others create their own tasty and affordable vegan food. Aside from her recipes and online ebook, she is also a guitarist, writes her own music, and performs with the “Second Level Band.” She certainly is a very creative young woman. Here we introduce some of the bright examples of our young vegan elites, who not only spread the benefits of the vegan diet, but also actively speak up for our voiceless animal friends.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-04-18   460 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-04-18

Billie Eilish, Vegan Musical Prodigy

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Billie Eilish, Vegan Musical Prodigy

“I am Billie Eilish, from Los Angeles.” Billie is a multi-talented musical genius from the United States. The 2019 Grammy awards were a revelation for Billie, as she took home 5 Grammys including Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year. She became the youngest artist to ever be nominated in all four main Grammy categories in the same year, and also won them all! Her Brother Finneas also won the Grammy for Producer of the Year. They both have a long list of awards for their studio album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” including ones from the American Music Awards, MTV, GAFFA awards, and many others. At the American Music Awards, Billie wore a t-shirt that said, “No Music On A Dead Planet,” showing her support and solidarity to combat and solve the climate change crisis. Billie and her family also adopted the vegan diet! Their mother, Maggie Baird, raised both Billie and Finneas on a vegetarian diet. In 2014, the entire family became vegan, out of compassion for our animal co-inhabitants. Not only did it help their conscience, the entire family saw immediate improvements in their health. Billie frequently uses both her talent and her wide-reaching voice to support noble causes. She joined Lady Gaga to perform at the One World: Together at Home concert, which promoted social distancing, and raised US$128 million for coronavirus healthcare workers. Billie and Finneas also played a concert on Pay It Forward Live, by Verizon to raise money for Support and Feed. Support and Feed was started by their mom Maggie, in order to support vegan restaurants by buying food from vegan vendors, and donating it to those in need. We hope you have learned something about the talented young musician Billie Eilish, her passion for music, as well as her compassion for the planet.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-03   384 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-03

Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 2 of 2

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Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 2 of 2

Did you know that tomorrow, October 25, is Supreme Master Ching Hai Day? Kids’ Wonderland would like to dedicate Part 2 of, “Vegan Kids Got Talent!” to our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. We have budding singers, dancers, and musicians from around the world who are not only talented, but also have one thing in common: they’re vegan! Let’s get right to our show today by meeting an amazing harpist
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-24   367 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-24

King Zoom (vegan): Working For A Compassionate Future, Part 1 of 2

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King Zoom (vegan): Working For A Compassionate Future, Part 1 of 2

King’s real name is Kingston Walters. Born and raised vegan, King Zoom has demonstrated exceptional compassion and altruistic actions. He began early in life by asking his parents to donate money to aid disaster victims instead of buying him birthday presents. The 15 year old has already joined many animal rights protests as well as spoken to the public about veganism and why we should be kind to our animal friends. “The kids are the younger generation; I wanted to start something; I was always inspired by other people and I always wanted to join a protest and start my speaking. Number one, I am vegan because animals have feelings and families like you and me, and I don’t want them to be tortured and killed. I don’t believe that humans have the right to take the life of another, just because they are a different species. This is call speciesism. Can everyone say spe-cies-i-sm. Number two, I am vegan because our environment depends on it. The animal agriculture industry is responsible for climate change, air and water pollution, species loss and deforestation. Number three, I’m vegan because eating a plant-based diet is healthy, and the food is so delicious, am I right? Besides, eating animals is linked to heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. Number four, animal agriculture is responsible for environmental racism. Low-income and communities of color are most affected by toxic chemicals seeping from the factories.” “I helped the houseless people of the downtown eastside last year. This year I went to the downtown eastside Women Centre to give out goodies as I brought a bunch of lemon pound cake and vegan banana bread and that was pretty cool and they love that.” “Oh, one time, I was at the Vancouver Aquarium here in Vancouver and there was this bunch of families who wanted to go to the Aquarium, but they just ripped out their passes, ripped out their season passes and just joined the protest; that was pretty cool.” Did you know King Zoom also creates cooking shows? Let’s watch a video of King Zoom making a vegan sushi bowl!
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-01   360 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-01

Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 1 of 2

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Vegan Kids Got Talent! Part 1 of 2

Today is Part 1 of Vegan Kids Got Talent! We are delighted to present you with incredible talents from Indonesia, Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam, and California, USA. Traveling now to the beautiful nation of Indonesia, we have a teenage singer named Kentdy, singing a traditional Batak song called, “Alusi Au.” “We humans have various ideals The expectations of each person are so different. Wealth, success, and dignity are what some people are searching for. For others, fame is the most important thing. My ideals are a bit different from others, so are my hopes. Even though it is kind of silly, please do not make fun of me. Everything that I just mentioned, I achieved none. My ideals are very different from others. It’s really your love that I aspire for. It’s really your friendliness that I yearn for. You’re compassionate, dear, please don’t let me down. How does your heart feel? Please tell me, answer me.” In Âu Lạc , also known as Vietnam, some vegan friends put together a fun dance! Let’s watch! We have one more talented vegan to meet for this episode. She is a teenager from California, USA! Let’s sit back and enjoy Jessica’s performance. “I love writing and my teachers always say that I'm very passionate about what I write and I'm very articulate (with) my words. I normally write about pressing matters such as climate change, and movements that are going on.” “Being vegan will solve so many problems that this world has. The world I dream of is a vegan world where there's no discrimination based on color, ethnicity, or the way you talk. My dream world is somewhere where animals are free to go wherever they want to. And for every kid to have the equal opportunity to excel in school and into anything that they put their hearts to.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-17   343 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-10-17

King Zoom (vegan): Working For A Compassionate Future, Part 2 of 2

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King Zoom (vegan): Working For A Compassionate Future, Part 2 of 2

“It took me a long time to get the courage to speak in front of an audience of strangers. But my mom taught me that the only way to deal with the fear is to face the fear. So I did. And I am here today to share a message. My message is honestly to stop exploiting animals. But I have a bigger message and that is to step out of your comfort zone and get active, not just today but every day you see injustice.” King Zoom’s mom must be a very kind and wise lady. Yes, she is. Because of her love for King Zoom, Ms. Walters authored two books, “King Zoom and the Great Seal Pup Rescue” and “King Zoom the Vegan Kid: Animals Used for Food.” King Zoom pointed out other helpful ideas in the book as well. “That’s a great [thing] if you’re stressed about animals or what’s going on and you’re sad about all of that. You can start meditating or even have some tea or here, [think of it] join a vegan support group, too. Well, it says on here eat healthy food, keep active and visit the sanctuary.” “Being a vegan is much more than eating a plant-based diet. Veganism is a social justice movement of our time. It means understanding that there are systems in place that oppress animals and humans and we must work together to end all oppression. So, I’m asking you today, if you’re not have already, to stop eating animals, stop wearing animals, stop using animals for entertainment, and stop using animals in experiments. Secondly, open your heart, speak out, write to your government, sign petitions, leaflets, march like we did today. Protest, boycott, bake, dance, sing, and join together to change our world. We will be the generation that liberates the animals!” “[It] feels good in my heart to help people and animals. So, I’ve been doing that from a very young age; so, yeah, I’ve been doing that all my life.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-08   307 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-08

Ameliarose - A Vegan Music Star, Part 2 of 2

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Ameliarose - A Vegan Music Star, Part 2 of 2

Ameliarose also told us about writing her first song at age 6, and how her compassion for the animals and the Earth is the driving force behind her music. She supports the vegan movement in many ways, including playing her music at vegan vestivals and being a representative for Vegan Teen.net. Ameliarose, do you also promote veganism as a way to save our planet?“Yean, Well, I think we only have one planet and we’ve been destroying it very, very badly. And I think that if there’s any way we can combat the effects of that we should try.” “I think it just felt really natural to be vegan. And so, it was really easy to just kinda keep it going. And obviously I’m passionate about the environment and the animals and stuff like that. So, that was definitely a motivation for me too.” That was fabulous! We also hope Ameliarose's message of - to be who you are and be proud of the challenges that you have overcome, will benefit you. Her compassionate example will inspire more people to adopt the compassionate vegan diet.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-05-16   306 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-05-16

Bob Love - Be An Open Positive Vegan

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Bob Love - Be An Open Positive Vegan

Today we are meeting with Bob Love, owner of the vegan online store “ETHCS,” and YouTuber from London. His YouTube channel is called, “Family Freedom,” and it features his plant-based family going on all sorts of adventures! Together with his wife Katie, and their three children, JoJo, Jamie, and Sam, Bob has travelled all over the world to places like Miami and Paris, while enjoying delicious regional vegan foods in the process. Bob and his family work together to find delicious vegan food wherever they go! “We didn’t have many challenges in the foods or adopting the lifestyle. It’s more with the people. I find that you expect people to adopt it and receive it in the same way that you did. We thought people like our friends and family, they’re going to get it, but they didn’t.” “I think you have to recognize that you don’t need them to accept it. If they are your friends and family, and you’re just simply letting them know a change you’re doing in your life, and it doesn’t have to affect them.” Bob highly recommends using websites and documentaries, in order to help those close to you, understand why you have made the decision to be vegan. “If there are other people who are vegan, connect with them. Whether you can, in real life go out together, or online in forums, do that because it’s like a support forum with each other.” “Not only be positive in the way we communicate, but be a positive example. Keep yourself healthy, so that’s a good example to them. Be happy as well. As long as you’re positive, you’re eating good food, you’re showing off good aspects of the lifestyle, creating a persona which they can essentially be attracted by and want to adopt that lifestyle.”
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-29   228 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-08-29

Vegans Are Cool, Part 2 (INT Korean)

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Vegans Are Cool, Part 2 (INT Korean)

Today, in part 2 of our, “Vegans Are Cool” series, we’ll introduce you to two young Korean vegan artists who are sharing their inspirations with the world. First, let’s meet Si-a in Wanju County, North Jeolla, Korea. Si-a has shown great interest in painting and pottery since she was young. She even published a picture book at the age of 10. The book is titled, “The Meaning of Words” and was part
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-28   25 Tontonan
Kids' Wonderland
2020-11-28
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