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WWF was the first international conservation organisation invited to work in China. It has been active here since 1980, when Dr. George Schaller arrived to work with Chinese scientists on giant panda conservation. Today, WWF China has about 110 staff working on over 40 projects, from restoring the Yangtze river wetlands to environmental education and panda conservation.

In Hong Kong itself, 90 full-time staff are working in 5 offices located in Kwai Hing, Central, Tai Po, Mai Po and Hoi Ha Wan.

Bejing office founded: 1991
Hong Kong office founded: 31 March 1981
Hong Kong Office


WWF China

22 Bai Wan Zhuang Street (Baiwanzhuang Da Jie) Building 2,<br /> 3rd Floor,<br /> Section B,<br />Xicheng District,<br />Beijing 100037People's Republic of China


+86 10 6836 6698

+86 10 6836 6678

WWF-Hong Kong

WWF-Hong Kong No 1 Tramway Path CentralHong Kong

Hong Kong

+852 2526 1011

+852 2845 2764