2018年2月6日，印尼东加里曼丹省班通国家公园。一只红毛猩猩被护林员发现时，瘫坐在湖中央的浮木上伤痕累累、奄奄一息。印尼红毛猩猩保护中心（ Centre for Orangutan Protection，以下简称 COP）的工作人员接到电话后火速赶到现场，对其展开急救。可惜，由于伤势过重，当天深夜这只红毛猩猩还是憾然离世了。 Continue reading 拿什么拯救你？无家可归的红毛猩猩
“Ten years ago, there was no Chinese investing in electricity. If you talked to me for one hour, the lights would have gone out more than 5 times. 10 years later, you talk to me even for 10 hours and there will be no blackout because of the investment in electricity production by China,” said Suon Sophal, director of the Department of Public Relations and … Continue reading China’s Cambodia ventures need NGO outreach
As the largest creditor of Ecuador, China provides around 60 percent of this South American country’s financing and funds numerous loan deals, which are usually underwritten and paid back using the proceeds made from the support given to the development of the country’s extractive industries. Along with financial deals, today there are a variety of Chinese companies operating in Ecuador, active in sectors such as … Continue reading Chinese Companies in Ecuador Should Enhance Dialogue with NGOs
“The Chinese eat everything with four legs, except tables, and everything that flies except airplanes.” True or not, that is the commonly held perception of Chinese around the world. According to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, China is one of the major consumers of wildlife products. From elephant ivory to shark fin, pangolin scale to tiger bone, China’s demand for wild animals is driving … Continue reading China’s Presence in Peru’s Amazon Wildlife Trade: Villain or Victim?
Global condemnation about Chinese eating animals to “nourish life” and using exotic wildlife products to make Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has continued to rise. According to CNN, each year, an estimated 10,000 dogs are killed for meat during the Yulin Dog Meat Festival at summer solstice. Meanwhile, over 1500 different animal species are used in the growing market of TCM, such as rhino horn, musk, … Continue reading Do Chinese People See Animals Differently? Yes, They Do and Here’s Why