China scholar Orville Schell recently published a piece in the February 2010 issue of Conde Nast Traveler entitled ‘China’s Magic Melting Mountain,’ in which he discusses China’s lesser-known Tibetan Plateau, the region’s Buddhist culture, and the physical and cultural effects of global warming on the area’s glacial mountain peaks.
WildChina is proud to be mentioned in the article as Orville Schell’s sole operator for the journey. Orville says of WildChina and traveling through the region:
You’re best off booking your trip through a tour operator who can help you navigate the often-tricky logistics in this remote area. The author booked his trip through WildChina—the founder of which, Mei Zhang , is a Yunnan native and Harvard MBA (888-902-8808; wildchina.com).
Why did Orville Schell decide to travel with WildChina? Find out here.
The February 2010 issue of Conde Nast Traveler is on newsstands now, and you can find the full version of ‘China’s Magic Melting Mountain’ online here.
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