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China Dialogue

In a word of polarized media, both sides touting a “we’re good, they’re bad” insider-outsider mentality, China Dialogue addresses China and the world’s most pressing environmental issues through the unique perspectives independent environmental journalists, researchers, activists, and concerned citizens like you. Articles are published bilingual in both Chinese and English to ensure cross-cultural understanding and address this generation’s most difficult environmental challenges cooperatively.

Updated: Sept 2019

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Volunteer opportunities ❤️

China Dialogue is not your average volunteer gig. They help talented writers and translators to raise awareness for pressing environmental issues through the power of written word.

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Translate reader comments

Facilitate cross-culture communication to solve environmental issues

Updated: September 2019

Today’s connected world means the power to make your voice heard is no longer reserves for mainstream media. For China dialogue, that means thought-provoking articles and comments form readers. You can contribute to the global dialogue by responding to articles yourself as a concerned citizen — or by translating someone else’s comment a volunteer.

If you’re bilingual in English and Chinese and’ve got a knack for translation, then try your hand as a volunteer translator — facilitating cross-culture communication on environmental issues. Email China Dialogue to learn how you can start.

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Submit your writing

Write your own article and analysis about the state of environmental affairs

Updated: September 2019

China dialogue welcomes submissions from independent and amateur writers. Most published articles are written by environmental experts — think journalists and academics — but a handful come from thoughtful citizens like you — real people who care deeply about environmental issues and have a keen insight to share with the world.

Before you submit, check out China Dialogues submission guidelines — article length, style, tone, etc. Then, email China Dialogue when you’re piece is polished and ready for review.

Contact ☎️

Email: ← Tap to email (Main email)
Email: ← Tap to email (Apply as translator)
Phone: 010-624-16774 ← Tap to call (Beijing office)
WeChat: chinadialogue2016 ← Tap to copy (WeChat official account, Chinese language)
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Chinese Address: 北京市朝阳区建国门外大街26号5号楼1层云享客长富宫中心
Pinyin Address: Beijing City, Chaoyang District, Jianguomen Street No. 26, Building 5, 1F, Spaceyun

People 😎

Meet the kind-hearted people who've made China Dialogue what it is today. Reach out for a friendly chat to learn how you can help.

zhang chun senior researcher at china dialogue beijing

Zhang Chun
Senior Researcher

wang chen junior editor at china dialogue beijing

Wang Chen
Junior Reporter

ma tianjie managing editor at china dialogue beijing

Ma Tianjie
Managing Editor

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Karoline Kan
Beijing Editor

Mission 🙏

With dual London- and Beijing-based offices plus editorial teams based in 10 countries, China Dialogue is an environmental conservation non-profit organization connecting China with the world. To promote a common understanding of China’s biggest environmental challenges, they find people with unique ideas about, experiences with, and insight into environmental issues — and deliver their voice to a readers all over the world. Launched in 2006 and still going strong, China Dialogue publicizes real solutions to today’s environmental problems.

One thing really special about China Dialogue — every article is presented in both English and Chinese, on page side-by-side. The simple, beautifully designed website visually balances English and Chinese word together — an meaningful symbol of equality between Western and Eastern thought.

China Dialogue focused on China, but covers relevant environmental topics from around the world. They deliver unbiased reports to environmental activists and truth-seekers, leaving no stone unturned. From the good, like China’s green technology breakthroughs, to the undesirable, like toxic gasses and global warming — China Dialogue tells the story you haven’t heard.

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