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MEDIA COVERAGE

CERS has been the focus of many international media stories.  From the front page of the New York Wall Street Journal, to gracing pages of Time Magazine, from prime-time TV programs on CNN and CCTV, to award-winning program on Discovery Channel, our activities and projects are featured regularly.  Below are some select samples from recent years.


2013 SEP 28

METRO RADIO

女當家 男當家
Metro Radio Interview with Wong How Man.

Section 1 | Section 2 | Section 3 | Section 4

(Credit to Metro Radio)

2013 JUL

DRAGONAIR - SILKROAD

JOURNEYS TO THE EDGE
Wong How Man’s passion for exploration has led to some remarkable discoveries and motivated him to help preserve many of China’s minority cultures.

(Credit to DRAGONAIR)

2013 JUN 21

HONG KONG ECONOMIC JOURNAL

TALKING TO CEOS

(Credit to Hong Kong Economic Journal)

2013 JUN 2

RTHK

TALKING TO CEOS
RTHK Interview with Wong How Man.

2013 APR 12

BEST PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

TO SEE AND TO BELIEVE
CERS corporate sponsor Jebsen, recognised for their CSR commitment to CERS.

2013 APR

HONG KONG TATLER

INTO THE UNKNOWN
From mysterious hanging coffins to the source of the Yangtze, explorer Wong How-man tells Hong Kong Tatler about discovering the world’s hidden treasures.

(Credit to Hong Kong Tatler)

2012 SEP 10

TIME OUT HONG KONG

FROM SOURCE
Time Out Magazine interview with How Man in September 2012 on photography, China, Islam and exploration.

2012 SEP 06

AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE

BURMESE CATS POUNCE BACK IN MYANMAR
The CERS Burmese Cat project is highlighted in this September 6 2012 AFP article which has been widely syndicated.

2012 SEP 03

CCTV-9

WATER HOMES

Episode 1 | Episode 2 (Videos in Chinese)

2012 JUL 09

CCTV-12

BURMESE CATS

Episode 1 | Episode 2 (Videos in Chinese)

2012 JUN 25

CNN

AFTER SHENZHOU-9, CHINA'S NEW AGE OF
DISCOVERY ... AND SELF-DISCOVERY

CNN Interview with Wong How Man.

2012 MAY 21

CCTV-12

FOREIGNER IN CHINA - OBSERVNG PARADISE 
(Video in Chinese)

2012 MAY 20

CCTV-12

SHANGRI-LA GUARDIAN 
(Video in Chinese)

2011 NOV 14

CCTV-12

ARJIN ANTELOPE

Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 (Videos in Chinese)

2010 SEP 20

CHINESE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY

CONSERVATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR CHINA AND THE WORLD

Conservation of the environment has now become a mainstream issue in China.

2010 AUG 03

THE NATION

THE EXPLORER'S NEW MAP
How Man Wong is done taking pictures of vanishing places and things. Now he wants to save them.

2009 NOV 14

THE TIMES

BURMESE CATS RETURN TO THEIR HOMELAND
— THANKS TO HARRODS AND WONG HOW MAN

The last authentic Burmese cat is said to have been taken out of the country by an American sailor in 1930.

2009 OCT 10

ALJAZEERA

ONE ON ONE - WONG HOW MAN
Riz Khan meets Wong How Man, the intrepid, Hong Kong-born explorer.

2009 AUG 21

CCTV-10

ABOUT SCIENCE - CAPTURING CRANES AT NAPAHAI
This two part program features the cooperation projects of CERS and the Kunming Institute of Zoology on the protection of the Black-necked Cranes.
Part 1 | Part 2 (Videos in Chinese)

2009 JUN 16

BBC NEWS

CHINA 'UNFAIRLY SEEN AS ECO-VILLAIN'
China's rapid economic expansion in recent years has been matched by its increasingly voracious appetite for energy and natural resources, says William Bleisch.

2008 NOV 25

READER'S DIGEST

CHINA'S NO. 1 EXPLORER - WONG HOW MAN
Wong How Man is praised as the most successful living Chinese explorer and has been selected by Time Magazine as one of "Twenty-five Asian Heroes". But he does not agree with the term "Heroes": "Our expeditions are not heroic journeys with the intent to conquer, but to protect."
(Article in Chinese)

2008 AUG 16

TAIWAN PANORAMA

FROM EXPLORATION TO CONSERVATION
--WONG HOW MAN

As an explorer who often breaks new paths, Wong's motto is "I serve by leading."

2008 JUN 30

REUTERS

EXPLORER RUNNING WITH THE TORCH
Wong, one of Time magazine’s Asian heroes, carried the torch briefly on a section of the route in Qinghai province

2008 JUN 01

GEOGRAPHICAL

MINORITY REPORT
An explorer is on a mission to preserve an ethnic Li village on China’s Hainan Island – but do the residents want their homes saved?

2007 OCT 25

CNN

QUEST FOR EXPLORATION
In this episode, Richard Quest finds out what motivates today's hardy crop of explorers and uncovers the madness that drives them to boldly go where no one has gone before.

2007 OCT 06

CHANNELNEWS ASIA

ASIA'S BEST KEPT SECRETS
EPISODE 5: TRAVELING WITH A CAUSE

Yak Cheese – Geza, Shangri-La, China

2006 OCT 20

PEOPLE'S DAILY

WALKING BETWEEN CULTURES, EXPLORATION AND THE RICH AND POWERFUL
Wong How Man, the only contributor to the "National Geographic" magazine in three capacities (explorer, photographer and writer), has worked in ethnic minority areas on the Tibetan Plateau for more than 30 years.
(Article in Chinese)

2006 AUG 24

BBC NEWS

YAKS SAY CHEESE IN RURAL CHINA
Villagers in Langdu, western China, are taking advantage of improved infrastructure and help from NGOs to develop a sustainable yak cheese industry.

2006 MAR 10

WALL STREET JOURNAL

CONSERVATIONIST CAMPAIGNS TO KEEP TIBET’S MASTIFFS MEAN (PDF)
Wong How Man is rounding up the toughest puppies he can find.

2006 FEB 10

PBS

FRONTLINE WORLD - LIFE IN THE HEART OF CHINA
INTRODUCTION: WHY CHINA, AND WHY ME!

Growing up in rural Ohio surrounded by cornfields in the heart of Amish country, I never imagined going to China.

2005 AUG 27

THE STAR

VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY
It is entirely possible to stand with the magnificent Yangtze River flowing between your legs? Ask the Chinese explorer Wong How Man.

2004 APR 29

THE NATION

THE MYSTERY OF THE HANGING COFFINS
Wong How Man, the Hong Kong-born explorer with credentials spanning 30 years, is currently working on a project to find out the story behind ancient hanging coffins in Sichuan Province.

2003 FEB 10

DISCOVERY CHANNEL

MYSTERIOUS HANGING COFFINS OF CHINA
In the remote mountains of Southwest China, precarious hanging coffins are all that remain of the mysterious Bo people. The film follows a team of archaeologists into the unexplored depths of Yunnan. How did the Bo people hang their coffins so high, and why?
WINNER – BEST DOCUMENTARY: ASIAN TV AWARDS 2004

2002 MAY 21

CNN

CHINA'S LAST DANCE WITH THE REINDEER
From state television to the National People's Congress, China flaunts its ethnic diversity like an Impressionist's palette.

2002 APR 23

TIME ASIA

ASIAN HEROES - WONG HOW MAN
LEAVING IT BETTER THAN HE FOUND IT

In his quest to save a vanishing world, Wong How Man is expanding the ever-changing frontiers of exploration.

1984 MAR 01

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

PEOPLES OF CHINA’S FAR PROVINCES
They are the other Chinese, nomads, farmers, monks, mountain tribesmen, almost 70 million people in a nation exceeding a billion. Journalist Wong How-Man travels 11,000 miles to visit China’s little-known “national minorities.”