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Beijing

Farewell to The Opposite House, Beijing

WildChina bids a fond farewell to one of our long-standing partners, the Opposite House, as it closes its doors in June 2024 after 16 years.
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Where to Eat in Beijing

Where to Eat in Beijing

As the crowned office foodie, we couldn't think of anyone better than Jenny Zhao to share their personal list of where to eat in Beijing, everything from Michelin-star restaurants to local's-only hole-in-the-walls. Enjoy!
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Beijing’s Bean-to-Bar Chocolatiers

A Beijing-based husband-and-wife chocolatier team are setting out to start a chocolate revolution. They are among the few "bean-to-bar" chocolate makers in China.
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Introducing our 2020 Education Summer Programs

Here at WildChina, we specialize in creating life-changing experiences. When it comes to our education programs, this normally means working directly with schools and organizations to curate experiences that challenge students and help them to think...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Eight Places to Visit as China Emerges From Coronavirus

By Zhang Mei (Apr 29, 2020) Zhihua Temple As I write this, fewer than 100 days have passed since Wuhan was locked down. Yet, we are living in a different world. While many of my...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Beijing Daxing: China’s New Destination Airport

For anyone that’s been paying attention to China steadily rising up the must-see travel destination lists, alongside the increasing ubiquity of Chinese tourists, it will come as no surprise that China’s capital city is home...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Have You Eaten: Black Sesame Kitchen

As part of our ‘Have You Eaten?’ series, we share our latest foodie-finds that showcase another unique culinary experience on offer in China. This week, we didn’t have to venture far, seizing the opportunity to...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Have You Eaten: RED BOWL Beijing

“吃了吗” (chī le ma), so goes the ancient Chinese greeting. Literally meaning “Have you eaten?”, “吃了吗?” is actually used to ask how someone is, the implication being that someone who has eaten must be doing...
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