Posts Tagged "panda"

Art Market

So much has happened in this last week and I have been terribly slow at writing, so I figured I would break up three of the events into different blogs; the art market, the cultural day, and the pet market. The art market reminded me of a swap meet. There were ...

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Environmental Literacy Surveys

On Thursday we continued work on the research project about environmental literacy among K-university students in China. We went to different schools to conduct the survey. Myself and l’jean went to a kindergarten with one of our Chinese colleagues. Other people went to primary schools, middle schools and universities. At ...

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Environmental Literacy Surveys

On Thursday we continued work on the research project about environmental literacy among K-university students in China. We went to different schools to conduct the survey. Myself and l’jean went to a kindergarten with one of our Chinese colleagues. Other people went to primary schools, middle schools and universities. At ...

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First Days

A lot of things have happened so far in the few days I have been in China as well as during traveling. The flights all went very well. I was able to sleep for most of the flight from LA to Beijing. We were given two meals on the plane. ...

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Conservation Social Work: A Focus on Rural China

Woman carrying harvested bambooPhoto by Irina Rasner Interviews were conducted by the Chinese student volunteers to gain better understanding of how the local people in Laojunshan (and later in Mabian) are reliant on clearing bamboo for economic necessity. The information gained in these interviews intended to assess the awareness of the ...

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Conservation Education in Rural Sichuan: The Road to Conservation Social Work is Not Paved—but Filled with Good Interventions

(Apologies for the cheesy title) It’s been an exciting 9 days, having just returned from traveling in 2 rural counties in Sichuan province. On the 5th of July I set out with Professor Sarah Bexell, another staff member from the Chengdu Research Base for Giant Panda Breeding’s Conservation Education Department, and ...

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