Art Basel Hong Kong 2023 hong kong Exhibition Centre

Art Basel Hong Kong 2023

It’s that time of year again, Art Basel is coming to Hong Kong! And, with the recent lifting of travel restrictions, there is really nothing holding you back.
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UNWTO’s World’s Best Tourism Villages

UNWTO’s World’s Best Tourism Villages

The United Nations World Tourism Organization has released their list of the ‘Best Tourism Villages’ of 2022 with two villages in China receiving the accolade.
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Saltwater Supermolluscs: The Origins of Oyster-tecture in China

Tracing the Origins of Oyster-tecture back to the Luoyang Bridge in Quanzhou, Fujian, 1059 AD.
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Outdoor Education: Not Just Nature, But Culture Too

Outdoor Education: Not Just Nature, But Culture Too

Making the Wild more accessible isn’t only in our name, it’s in our hearts. As such, it’s a great joy to see our vision for what outdoor education should encompass come to fruition. We hope...
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Sanyuesan She Minority Folk Song Festival in Songyang

Sanyuesan: A She Minority Folk Song Festival in Songyang, Zhejiang

The steep mountain slopes of China’s southeastern provinces lay home to the She people (畲族), with a majority living in Fujian province and others found across Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi and Guangdong.
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The Missionary Trail

Grace at the Table in Dimaluo: Travels Along the Nu River

A guest blog from WildChina traveler Michelle Mope Andersson who is following the trail of China’s early catholic missionaries.
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Episode 18: Dunhuang & the Mogao Grottoes

For our eighteenth episode we chat with Dunhuang Academy Scholar-in-Residence, Dr. Neil Schmid. As one of the world’s leading authorities on medieval Buddhism’s visual culture, Neil covers the importance and implications of the grotto art...
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Historic Guangzhou Neighborhoods

9 Historic Guangzhou Neighborhoods

From culinary to cultural, this city has it all, so to help visitors get started we’ve prepared a guide to our favorite historic Guangzhou neighborhoods.
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Harbin Ice Sculptor

Secrets of a Harbin Ice Sculptor

Meet Li Changkun, a Harbin ice sculptor, the hands behind the glistening towers of Harbin’s Ice and Snow World.
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