Lily graduated from Sichuan University with degrees in English literature and accounting. As a co-founder of AlpineBirding, also in charge of quoting and trip planning, Lily has worked in the travel circles for more than 10 years. Her first interest in birding came from viewing bird photos taken by one of her friends. With the interests deeply rooted, she decided to block her focus of work to eco-tourism especially in the birding field.
Karen Lin is a native of Chengdu, Sichuan province. She loves and knows the culture of her hometown well, such as ancient Shu civilization, folk customs and ancient Chinese poetry. She has over 14 years' experience in foreign affairs service and tourism. She is familiar with the whole process of group operation. She is always good at thinking and full of ideas, and always gives the guests a warm experience with the special attention and consideration.
Graduated from the Southwest University of Science and Technology in 2016 majoring in Engineering Management, Kevin pursued a different road compared with most of his classmates because of his affection in nature. His involvement in nature has started far before his graduation, he has become a famous outdoor enthusiasts and nature lover among his classmates during his campus life. Kevin successfully organized biking from Sichuan to Tibet Autonomous Region and Cycling around Hainan Island. He trekked the Poon Hill in Nepal and 20 plus mountains of different sizes in China.
Being enthusiastic in design and eager to learn, Meiling is playing an increasingly important role within our team in our effort to show the most beautiful side of nature and create the best birding trips for our clients. A collection of beautiful designs by Meiling can be seen from the pre-trip handbooks we have prepared for our clients, unique souvenirs we have made, galleries of beautiful photos she has selected and charming video clips she has made.
During Tang's campus life, as one of the top students in her class, she got a chance to study in Japan for one year as an exchange student majoring in international commerce. After graduation, she has been working with jobs that require the use of Japanese language and enjoying lots of fun from cultural exchange. Jessie herself is also a big fan of oil painting, pottery and pop clay sculpture. With good command of Japanese language and true love of nature, Tang will work as Japanese-speaking logistic guide and translator for our tours planned exclusively for Japanese birders.