July 16, 2010
Rice Terraces in the south of China

Calling all China travel enthusiasts (with a camera)!

It is that time of year again – that is, to select new photos for our annual WildChina calendar. As you may remember, last year’s calendar featured the work of Michael Mudd, a client who...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Where did the beauty of Lijiang go?

Incredible scenery, history, and culture. Overrun destinations, touristy shops, and luxury chain hotels. In Lijiang, Yunnan province, there is a constant push and pull of cultural value versus cultural commodity, authentic experiences versus commercialized sites....
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Calling your tour operator at 3:30 am?

Calling your tour operator at 3:30 am? “Absolutely NOT,” is my immediate answer. But, we just did. A travel agent called WildChina’s US office at 3:30 pm EDT, which makes it exactly 3:30 am in...
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