D J Clark: As a foreigner living in China it has taken me several years to get under the skin of this diverse and fascinating country. There are so many places to discover and stories to tell. I hope through this column to share some of my insights and experiences.


   
Walking the Beijing waterways: Eastern route
Walking the Beijing waterways: Southern route
Walking the Beijing waterways: Western route
Walking the Beijing waterways: Central route
Walking the Beijing waterways
China's human cloud
The people of Jiuzhaigou
Jiuzhai Valley on foot
Cecilia Chen: The traveler
Above the rainforest
Jiuzhai Zhuoma beauty contest
 
D J Clark
  Video Journalist D J Clark reports from around the world for China Daily

D J Clark has worked worldwide as a journalist for more than 20 years. He specialises in multimedia story telling in China, where he has lived for the past four years. Clark also teaches multimedia Journalism in China for the University of Bolton.

Video Features
  The Looming Food Crisis in Asia: In this six part series investigating the growing gap between food production and global population growth, DJ Clark explains the key issues facing Asia and how they have arisen. Travelling across the continent to discover how this looming food shortage will affect the poorest communities DJ uncovers the key issues behind the crisis and meets the innovators who seek to find solutions.

  Search for the Snow Monkey: Up until the early 1960's it had been thought that the Yunnan Snow Monkey was extinct but recent surveys have found around 15,000 of them living in a few isolated forests high in the mountains of northern Yunnan.

  Reacting to Climate Change: Working with local journalist graduates from the Konrad Adenauer Asia Center for Journalism throughout Asia, D J Clark tells a series of stories of ordinary Asian people who are fighting the effects of global warming with their communities.

  EYE ON CHINA: Looking from the outside back, the "Eye on China" series explores different ways in which people from around the world engage with the world's fastest growing economy. Each episode concentrates on a single issue from one country.

  China and the African Drought: "The UN estimates there are currently 13.3 million people across the horn of Africa in need of emergency assistance divided between Ethiopia (4.5 million), Kenya (3.75 million) and Somalia (4 million) plus an additional 150,000 in Djibouti. Over a six part series D J Clark describes the current situation and the role China is playing in the relief effort."
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