Where to Eat in Shanghai

WildChina travel designer, Isabel Wang, famous in the office for her love of xiaolongbao, shares her personal list of where to eat in Shanghai.
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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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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Shanghai History Tours

Shanghai has had an interesting history since its inception. Being one of the major port cities of China has given it great access to the broader world, allowing it to flourish as well as suffer military...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Jewish Tours of China

With a history of Jewish immigration spanning to the days of the Silk Road, there has been a presence of Judaism in China since the imperial times of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).  Arriving from Western...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

China’s Most Exciting New Hotels to Visit in 2019

Foreigners come to China not only for work or investment, but also to sample the country’s many landscapes, its long history and meet people from a wide range of cultures and traditions. In that process...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Luxury Hotels in Shanghai for 2019

You’ll often hear us talking about getting off the beaten path, but that doesn’t mean we don’t indulge in luxury – especially when we’re staying in one of China’s megacities. Shanghai stands proud as a...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Easy Weekend Getaways from Shanghai

Shanghai is a showstopper. Magnificent architecture, fascinating history, glitzy shopping malls, and every cuisine you could possibly imagine. But after a few days rushing around to see the best of what the ‘Paris of the...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Best Upscale Restaurants in Shanghai

When it comes to international renown and cuisine, Shanghai certainly lives up to its nickname as the ‘Paris of the East’. In Michelin’s 2018 Shanghai guide, the city was awarded a number of additional stars and...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Interview with Shanghai Jewish History Expert Dvir Bar-Gal

Here at WildChina, we are passionate about helping clients to deep dive into an area of interest. To do this, we work with a number of experts in their fields to create specialized trips and guided lectures. One such expert is Dvir...
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