CHINESE INVESTIGATION TEAM
"The Ivory Game" is an award-winning documentary film that delves into the complex and dangerous world of wildlife trafficking, specifically focusing on the illegal ivory trade.
Our founder Hongxiang Huang actively participated as an undercover investigator, bravely posing as a potential ivory buyer in an audacious attempt to expose the ruthless illegal ivory sellers and traffickers who threaten the existence of elephants and other endangered species.
We work with global partners to tackle some of the most pressing illegal wildlife trade.
Undercover to expose
the ivory trade in Africa
Guardians of Wildlife: Our Undercover Investigative Team
For a considerable time, Chinese individuals were often portrayed negatively in the context of the global wildlife trade, as they contributed to the demand for products such as ivory, rhino horn, jaguar teeth, and more. Many conservation NGOs sought to gain deeper insights into the involvement of Chinese stakeholders in the wildlife trade but faced significant challenges due to language and cultural barriers. These hurdles led to misunderstandings surrounding the trade and, consequently, hindered effective efforts to combat it.
In 2014, we took a pioneering step by establishing a small Chinese investigation team dedicated to combatting the worldwide illegal wildlife trade. Through strategic partnerships with conservation NGOs across the globe, we embarked on collecting crucial information. Leveraging the insights we gained, we collaborated closely with our partners to develop impactful communication initiatives aimed at engaging relevant stakeholders in the fight against illegal wildlife trade.
Your donation will be used to:
Expose and assist in the arrest of the world's foremost wildlife criminals and traffickers;
Share information with relevant agencies to investigate and collaborate to address wildlife crime;
Raise global awareness of wildlife trafficking and other crimes;
Publish research reports on related industries.
Your donation is tax-deductible. To claim a donation as a deduction on your taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record.
When you make a donation, you will receive a confirmation email as a receipt of your gift. If you did not receive the email or would like a copy of your receipt, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worked on rhino horn
Worked on pangolin
Worked on pangolin
With your essential support, we could save an elephant, a rhino, a pangolin, and more wildlife.
Thank you for standing with us to end illegal wildlife crime before it’s too late!