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Agent C

We work with global partners to tackle some of the most pressing illegal wildlife trade.

  Undercover to expose  
  the ivory trade in Africa  

For a long time, Chinese people were seen as villains in the global wildlife trade, creating demand for ivory, rhino horn, jaguar teeth, etc. Many NGOs want to understand more about the wildlife trade regarding the Chinese stakeholders, but they find it difficult since the language and cultural barriers. Such difficulty creates misunderstandings about the trade, hindering people from fighting it.


In 2014, we formed a small Chinese investigation team to fight the global illegal wildlife trade, partnering with conservation NGOs worldwide. Utilizing the information we obtain, we also work with partners and design communication projects to engage related stakeholders against illegal wildlife trade.


This is the first Chinese investigation team focusing on global illegal wildlife trade investigation. 

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


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Hongxiang Huang

Wildlife Trade Investigator

Featured in Oscar-shortlisted Netflix Documentary

the Ivory Game




Worked on rhino horn

conservation work



Worked on pangolin

conservation work



Worked on pangolin

conservation work



​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!

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