Hu Donglin is a contemporary Chinese writer. Among others, he has been awarded the first China Environmental Prize, Jilin Province Literature Prize, Changbai Mountain Prize and the Chinese Outstanding Children's Literature Prize. He is the author of a number of Eco-literature works. Due to his long-term observational study of the Changbai Mountain region, he has developed a deep emotional attachment for the local fauna and flora. He has a heartfelt understanding for the need for ecological protection of the region.
When we admire the beauty of the wondrous creatures of the natural world, do we ever consider that the environment they live in is facing an unprecedented level of intrusion?
As the wild animals that inhabit the great forests are ever faster walking towards extinction, let us stretch out a hand of love to attempt to halt their footsteps.
Hu Donglin has buried himself in the depths of Changbai Shan for twenty years. In his heartfelt portrayal of the forest inhabitants, be they gorals, bears, sables, foxes, weasels or nutcrackers, he has revealed for us some of the mysteries of the deepest forest. Through his words, he has slowed down their march to annihilation.
Tidings of Chinese Gorals 1
Splashes and Splatters 32
Tales from the Primeval Forest 100
A Date with the Spotted Nutcracker 149
The Bobcat River Valley 202
Fox Grin 266
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