Canadian Forest Service Publications
As others see us: impressions of a five-member technical mission from the People's Republic of China on the Canadian forest inventory and management systems. 1985. Lee, Y.J., Translator. The Forestry Chronicle 61(6): 513-518.
Issued by: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 2623
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A five-member Forest Inventory and Management Technical Mission from the Ministry of Forestry, People's Republic of China (PRC) visited Canada, from July 29 to August 19, 1984. This visit was sponsored by the Canadian Forestry Service (CFS) under the Memorandum of Understanding between Environment Canada and the Ministry of Forestry, PRC.
The Chinese technical mission consisted of Mr. Zhou Chang-xiang, mission leader and Director of Forest Inventory and Planning Branch, Ministry of Forestry, PRC; Mr. Yuan Yun-chang, Forest Resource Management Branch, Ministry of Forestry, PRC; Mr. Zhao Qing-he, Director of Forest Inventory and Planning Institute, Jilin Province; Mr. Liu Hai-ru, Forest Survey and Design Institute, Sichuan Province; and Mr. Yuan Hai-ying, interpreter, Department of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Forestry (Fig. 1).
The following is a translation of their report to the Ministry of Forestry, PRC, by Dr. Lee who developed the itinerary and accompanied the visitors as tour coordinator and advisor.