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Old 06-06-08, 13:15
alexchiu alexchiu is offline
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Default Cambodian delegation pays visit to Guangxi, PRC

From May 26 to May 30, a Cambodian delegation consists of seven members, paid a study tour to Guangxi, China.

Mr. Koch Savath, the deputy director general and National Technical Focal Point of SCS/GEF/UNEP Project, Mr. HE. Youth Phouthoong, the governor of Koh Kong province, Mr. Un Chhaly, the chief of Cabinet to Koh Kong Governor, and other members come from Ministry of Environment and Koh Kong Province Government Office, joined the visiting delegation.

During their 5daysí travel, they visited Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, Beihai Silver Beach, Daguansha Mangrove Wetland in Beihai, Beilun Estuary Sino-Viet Border Mangrove, Wutou Avian Reserve in Fangchenggang, Guangxi Beilun Estuary National Nature Reserve, Coastal Plant Nursery in SCS FCG Demo Site, Ecofarming Experimental Site in SCS FCG Demo Site, Fangchenggang Jiangshan Primary Center School, Fangchenggang Mangrove Oceanic Ecological Park and Xindi Company.

Exchanges and discussions were also made between the Cambodian guests and relevant people of Fangchenggang Mangrove Conservation Association, Guangxi Beilun Estuary National Nature Reserve, Jiangshan Primary Center School and Xindi Company.

Mr. Savath, on behalf of Cambodian guests, expressed their heartfelt appreciation to all the Chinese people they met for their hospitality. He said, they learned a lot from the visiting of FCG Demo Site, especially on mechanism of involvement of multi-stakeholder, mangrove education, and participation of private sector and NGO in mangrove conservation. Remarks were also made by Mr. Savath that they will bring all the valuable experience they have learned back to Cambodia put their work of mangrove conservation forward.

Both Chinese party and Cambodian party expressed their strong desire for future further collaboration and exchange regarding to mangrove administration and conservation. Mr. Savath also hoped they can meet their Chinese friends at Cambodia in the Cambodian study tour of June.



Best regard
Qiu
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QIU Guanglong
TEL: +86 779 6880875
Mobil: +86 13977975825

Guangxi Marine Environment and Coastal Wetland Research Center
(or)Guangxi Mangrove Research Center

92 Changqing Dong Road
Beihai, 530600
Guangxi, PRC
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Old 29-07-08, 04:52
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Dear colleagues and friends of the SCS project mangrove network,

The National Technical Focal Point for the South China Sea Project in the Philippines, Dr. Gil Jacinto, forwarded the following link to me today and suggested that you may be interested:

http://sciencenow.sciencemag.org/cgi...ull/2008/715/1

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Chris Paterson
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Old 29-08-08, 05:39
Chris Paterson Chris Paterson is offline
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Dear colleagues and friends,

Dr. Hangqing Fan recently provided the PCU with two videos from the Fanchenggang mangrove demonstration site in China. We have since loaded them to the South China Sea Project video library.

The first video is a 1.20 minute TV news story on a meeting between NGOs in Guangxi and the Fangchenggang Mangrove Friendly Association for the exchange information and experiences about mangrove management – click here.

The second video is a 12 minute TV documentary on the Fanchenggang mangrove site which highlights the work of the Fangchenggang Mangrove Friendly Association, eco-farming, training, and assessment of the effects of cold weather on mangroves – click here.

Dr. Fan informs me that both of these TV news stories generated a lot of publicity for the Fanchenggang site and mangrove management generally in southern China.

Best regards,

Chris.
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