Thanks for all the help. I still can't figure out if it's wild or not though, because many Chinese domesticate wild birds. But I don't think that I should release it yet, because when I tried to pick it up to move it to a new habitat (a HUGE hamster cage with 3 ramps and a nest house at the top) it didn't try to escape from me. When I walk away, it starts moving and walking around, but when I pick it up, it makes no effort to try to escape. I'm just worried that if I let it go, and a cat or other predator tries to eat it, that it won't try to escape and just stay there. There are no vets in China that care for birds lizards etc, only ones for dogs and cats. But I can take it to a bird specialist here (they raise small finches and expensive/rare birds.) I gave it some grinded corn, nuts and apple. So far I haven't observed it eat yet. I'm soo worried for its health and survival :(((/.