chinese environmental scholars and professionals network, inc.

66 spruce street
hicksville, new york 11801

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014

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4635094

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NASSAU

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NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION

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2014 - CHINESE ENVIRONMENTAL SCHOLARS AND PROFESSIONALS NETWORK, INC.









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  • Website in Illinois kidnap case still advises on abductions
    By MICHAEL TARM, Associated Press - Sunday Jul 2, 2017

    CHICAGO (AP) — A website that hosted an "Abduction 101" forum linked to a 28-year-old suspect in the kidnapping of a Chinese scholar at the University of Illinois bills itself as the most popular sexual fetish networking site on the internet — and it has faced pressure in recent months to be clearer about not tolerating behavior that could be regarded as criminal.The federal complaint says Christensen's phone was used on April 19 to visit the FetLife.com forum, including to view threads titled "Perfect abduction fantasy" and "planning a kidnapping."Christensen remains jailed and is due to make an initial appearance Monday in federal court in Urbana, not far from the University of Illinois campus where Zhang conducted research in agricultural sciences.FetLife describes itself as "the Social Network for the BDSM, Fetish & Kinky Community," stressing in online policy statements that it is a place for consenting adults to trade advice and images of themselves, and to arrange to meet.Zhang, who received her master's degree in environmental engineering in China last year, was described by friends and family as bright and caring.

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  • This tiny Chinese town could be a major ivory smuggling hub
    By Associated Press - Tuesday Jul 4, 2017

    HONG KONG — An environmental watchdog group says its investigation has found that a little-known town in southern China is a major hub for ivory smuggling by organized criminal gangs. The Washington, D.C.-based Environmental Investigation Agency said in a report Tuesday that it uncovered a network of ivory trafficking syndicates operating out of Shuidong in...

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  • Police say suspect in abduction viewed sexual fetish website
    By MICHAEL TARM - Monday Jul 3, 2017

    (AP) — A website that hosted an "Abduction 101" forum linked to a 28-year-old suspect in the kidnapping of a Chinese scholar at the University of Illinois bills itself as the most popular sexual fetish networking site on the internet — and it has faced pressure in recent months to be clearer about not tolerating behavior that could be regarded as criminal.The federal complaint says Christensen's phone was used on April 19 to visit the FetLife.com forum, including to view threads titled "Perfect abduction fantasy" and "planning a kidnapping."Christensen remains jailed and is due to make an initial appearance Monday in federal court in Urbana, not far from the University of Illinois campus where Zhang conducted research in agricultural sciences.FetLife describes itself as "the Social Network for the BDSM, Fetish & Kinky Community," stressing in online policy statements that it is a place for consenting adults to trade advice and images of themselves, and to arrange to meet.In a New York case, a couple who first met on FetLife were sentenced to lifetime prison sentences in 2015 for kidnapping and sexually abusing two Amish girls.Zhang, who received her master's degree in environmental engineering in China last year, was described by friends and family as bright and caring.

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  • Man held in kidnapping of Chinese scholar who is feared dead
    By HERBERT G. McCANN and MICHAEL TARM, Associated Press - Saturday Jul 1, 2017

    A federal criminal complaint alleges the suspect's phone was used to visit an online forum in April called "Abduction 101."Yingying Zhang, the 26-year-old daughter of a working-class factory driver from China, disappeared on June 9, just weeks after arriving at the Urbana-Champaign campus in central Illinois where was doing research in agricultural sciences and was expected to begin work on her doctorate in the fall.Federal authorities say Brendt Christensen, who turned 28 on Friday, of Champaign, Illinois, is charged in a criminal complaint with abducting Zhang shortly after she stepped off a bus near the university campus.According to the 10-page affidavit filed in federal court by FBI Special Agent Anthony Manganaro, Christensen was under surveillance Thursday when agents overheard him explaining he kidnapped Zhang.According to Manganaro's affidavit, investigators determined there were 18 vehicles similar to the one Zhang got in that were registered in Champaign County.Zhang graduated last year with a master's degree in environmental engineering from one of China's elite schools, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Top News Stories
  • Chinese scholar believed dead; man charged with kidnapping
    By HERBERT G. McCANN and MICHAEL TARM, Associated Press - Saturday Jul 1, 2017

    A federal criminal complaint alleges the suspect's phone was used to visit an online forum in April called "Abduction 101."Yingying Zhang, the 26-year-old daughter of a working-class factory driver from China, disappeared on June 9, just weeks after arriving at the Urbana-Champaign campus in central Illinois where was doing research in agricultural sciences and was expected to begin work on her doctorate in the fall.Federal authorities say Brendt Christensen, who turned 28 on Friday, of Champaign, Illinois, is charged in a criminal complaint with abducting Zhang shortly after she stepped off a bus near the university campus.According to the 10-page affidavit filed in federal court by FBI Special Agent Anthony Manganaro, Christensen was under surveillance Thursday when agents overheard him explaining he kidnapped Zhang.According to Manganaro's affidavit, investigators determined there were 18 vehicles similar to the one Zhang got in that were registered in Champaign County.Zhang graduated last year with a master's degree in environmental engineering from one of China's elite schools, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School.

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  • Mao Mountain Journal: China’s Religious Revival Fuels Environmental Activism
    By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017

    Spiritual leaders at Mao Mountain, a sacred Taoist site, emphasize a distinctly Chinese type of environmentalism. Christians, Buddhists and Muslims are embracing it, too.

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