It's a wild life out there

By Zhang Lei | China Daily | Updated: 2020-02-21 15:53
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A male Tibetan antelope puts on a black and white dress in winter, the sign of mating season. [Photo by Xi Zhinong/Wild China Film]

But things are slowly changing. With the reform of national institutions in 2018, the State Forestry Administration became the National Forestry and Grassland Administration, bringing under one roof the environmental protection department, urban construction department, water conservancy department and other government departments.

In 2012 Xi took "Wild China" young photographers to the Global Wildlife Photographer Conference in London. One morning there was a seminar on the theme of China hosted by a British photographer, who had visited the country's safari parks, circuses, bear farms, tiger farms, and what the participants saw were many shocking photos no less foreboding than Wuhan South China Seafood Market.

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