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Ethnic Minorities of China

Best Chinese Food in China: A City by City Guide

From Peking duck in Beijing to the spice markets of Sichuan, Chinese cuisine is as vast and fascinating as the country itself. Here are our tips for eating the best Chinese food in China. Warning: this...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Beijing By Bike: One Wild Ride

Exploring Beijing by bicycle is a great way to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city. We decided a bike-tour would be a great addition to our Beijing repertoire but we wouldn’t offer it to...
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The Most Haunted Places in China

Step into the ghastly past of the world’s oldest civilization and get acquainted with places that will chill you to the bone. These are the most haunted places in China. Updated: October 18, 2021 With over...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

China in Winter: Where Should I Visit?

China in winter is home to many unexpected cold weather wonderlands. Instead of getting the winter blues this year, embrace the season and enjoy unique experiences that rival any of those you could have in the warmer months. ...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

Beshan Gāi Returns for 2016

September 2015 marked a landmark anniversary for WildChina – 15 years of pioneering experiential travel experiences throughout China! When deciding how to celebrate, a gala dinner seemed like an obvious choice but we aren’t ones to settle for...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

WildChina Staff Brings in the New Year with a Citywide Scavenger Hunt

This year, WildChina’s annual Chinese New Year dinner was booked at a charming little restaurant called, Dali Village – but none of the WildChina staff was told this. Instead we were split into teams and given clues to hunt...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Art in Modern Beijing: An interview with Peter Wynne, Manager of The Opposite House

Over the weekend, The Opposite House played host to WildChina’s inaugural Beshan Gāi bazaar, where artisans converged from around the country to showcase the finest of artisan China. In the lead-up to the event, we...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

First time to China – Part 1: Beijing

This week, we’re introducing China to a group of travel professionals from Brazil. It’s the very first time to the Middle Kingdom for most of the group so we’ll be showing them the highlights of...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Listen for WildChina CEO, Mei Zhang on NPR

We knew that this week’s APEC conference would bring leaders from the world over to Beijing to discuss important policy issues, but we didn’t expect an announcement that would directly affect WildChina! Last night, just...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

Discover China’s Treasures

If you’re coming to China for the first time, there are four absolute must-see destinations which represent the best of classic China: Beijing, Xi’an, Yunnan, and Shanghai. Beijing              ...
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