July 21, 2010
A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Travel Tips for Backpacking in China’s Wild West

I recently returned to WildChina’s Beijing office after spending 11 days in Gansu province, and a friend similarly returned via train to the capital city yesterday after a month in Xinjiang and we decided to...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Meet our Guizhou guides on Vimeo

Inspired by Guizhou‘s Miao minority villages in which we recently organized homestays – more on that later – we’re pleased to introduce two of our top guides in Guizhou on WildChina’s top guides in Guizhou....
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Fisherman in YangShuo

What We’re Reading: 72 Hours in Yangshuo

At WildChina’s Beijing office, we loved the playful and poetic piece by CNNGo‘s Dan Ouyang, “72 Hours in Yangshuo: Tourist town by trade, simple village at heart,” on one of Guangxi‘s most charming areas. Our...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

What does one do with a brick of tea?

You know what I am talking about – that brick of tea or disc of tea in the velvet box! What do you do with it? A few years ago, we were living in LA....
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