factasia.org stands for:
…. consumer choice ….
…. rational debate ….
…. sensible regulation ….
factasia.org is coming soon!
factasia.org seeks to represent the rights of adults in Asia who choose to enjoy smoking or other related forms of consumption of nicotine. factasia.org aims to protect their interests and to provide independent and unbiased data on the issues surrounding smoking – and related issues – in Asia.
We do NOT represent the views of the tobacco industry. We believe in the right of smokers to enjoy their smoking (within reason and with appropriate – but reasonable – regulation). We represent the consumer, not the tobacco industry.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
factasia.org expects to make its official launch early in Q2 2015. Watch this space for more details!
We ask for your support to represent you and fellow smokers all over Asia. Please SIGN UP to support factasia.org. We will ask on your behalf for fair consideration of the rights of smokers and the supply chain in their lawful activities.
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