WildChina > In the News > WildChina’s New Year’s Adventures

Each year WildChina’s staff eagerly await Spring Festival (Chinese New Year), and the week-long government-mandated  holiday that ensues because it means that we get a week off to do what we love most–TRAVEL!

This year was no exception. When we closed the doors to our Beijing office for the holiday earlier this month, we were scattered to the winds. From New York to Hawaii, the Philippines to Sri Lanka, from Singapore to Thailand to Sweden to Dubai, WildChina staff set a new office record for number of countries visited in a week. Of course, many of us also stayed in China, visiting family and exploring the Middle Kingdom.

Whether traveling by plane, train, car, bike, surfboard, or rickshaw, there we were, notebook in hand, recording the best travel ideas we saw on the road.  It’s how we stay inspired to keep our WildChina adventures fresh and new for our clients. Below are some snapshots from the WildChina family:

WildChina founder Zhang Mei‘s digs on her trip to Thailand with her family:

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Our marketing director Nellie Connolly‘s photo of her favorite part of Sri Lanka: the tea fields.

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Senior travel consultant Devin Corrigan on a six-day, 883km bike trip from Chengdu in southern Sichuan province to Xi’an in the north (he’s on the right, his friend Ben is on the left):

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Senior travel consultant Claudia Pumarejo enjoying lunch at Capitol M in Beijing (somebody has to tend the office, even when we’re closed!):

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Justin Ong, who does business development for our corporate services team, moseyed through the Myeongdong shopping district in Seoul, Korea:

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Anna Bosco from our marketing department sleeping on the beach on the island of Palawan in the Philippines:

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Leisure travel consultant Elmer Chen’s photo from his trip to Staten Island in New York City. Elmer said his favorite part about being in the Big Apple was going for a run on the high line.

WildChina's New Year's Adventures

Christian Adams from our marketing department surfing it up in Kauai, Hawaii:

WildChina's New Year's Adventures


If you have any questions about travel in China send us an email at info@wildchina.com and we will be happy to assist you.


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