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November 2007- Having established a headquarters in Bukit Lawang, Indonesia, the Conservation capitol of the world, we will be setting up another headquarters in Xiamen, China in early December.


The purpose of this is to become involved in China's environmental and social reform, and help preserve some of the amazing parks, scenic wonderlands, and beautiful species (such as the Panda, Moonbear, & Amoy Tiger).


We will also be establishing an ESL school to fund our operations and serve as a platform for providing quality environmental education to the people of China.


The John Muir Institute of Environmental Studies and Brewster TESOL Institute will also be opening  new campuses in Xiamen, China.


Wish us luck and help us out :)


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We are currently located at:
Indra Valley Inn,
Bukit Lawang
Near the entrance to the Gunung Leuser National Park's Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
North Sumatra, Indonesia
Yangshuo, Guilin, China