Scientific Director and Chief Scientist, Guangxi Biodiversity Research and Conservation Association
China Wuying Lin is a conservationist and scientific director working for a conservation-based NGO and the member of the Horseshoe Crab Specialist Group of IUCN Species Survival Commission. Wuying is aiming to conserve threatened species and ecosystems in southern China. Her working area ranges from karst ecosystem in SW China and the coastal wetlands in the Beibu Gulf. By engaging more stakeholders to become conservation power and leveraging multi-social resources, her team is protecting white-headed langur, Francois langur, Chinese horseshoe crab, many migratory shorebirds, and different endemic and threatened plants in these areas during the past few years and will continue to make efforts in the future.