A Hard Job | China’s Forest Rangers | Kyle Obermann

Feb 12 , 2022 | Social Good

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Baijiu is a throat-searing, strong liquor infamous in China. It’s the dread of many ill-accustomed banquet guests. But for China’s forest rangers, it can also be a life-saving tool in the wild. Kyle Obermann, Nature Contributor for The China Current, shares his explorations with rangers in China’s remote regions.


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