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Yunnan

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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Yunnan ham

Exploring the Three Hams of Yunnan: Nuodeng Ham

Out of these three Yunnan hams, the most coveted is nuodeng ham, which can only be produced in one geographic location on earth: the mountains of Nuodeng village.
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China fall destinations tibet

Where to Travel Around China This Fall

From up-close experiences in Tibetan monasteries to an epic foodie journey around Sichuan, your fall adventure awaits.
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Christmas Mass in Cizhong

An Oral History of the Catholic Missionaries in the Tibetan Region

Learn the oral history of Catholic missionaries in a Tibetan region of Yunnan by Michelle Mope Andersson.
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Autumn Small Group Journeys

Nujiang: A Hiking Paradise in Yunnan

Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture in northwestern Yunnan is a hiking paradise for those looking to experience China’s most stunning nature and wildlife. WildChina’s Jenny Zhao shares her off-the-beaten-track experience and highlights from her recent trip there...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

How to Beat the Crowds in Yunnan This Spring Festival

As always, we’ve been working on how best to get you off-the-beaten-path in a way where you’ll still get to enjoy the buzz that makes this time of year in China so special.  Now, don’t...
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The Best Places to Travel for China’s Spring Festival 2021

Looking for an off-the-beaten-path escape for Spring Festival? Here are 4 places to travel to experience the best of China's national holiday.
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Christmas in China

Why We’re Spending Christmas in Yunnan, China

Would you be surprised if we told you that in a small town on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, 80% of the population was Catholic? And would you be even more surprised if we...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Peek into the mind of Tea Horse Caravan Road Expert, Jeff Fuchs

Originally posted August 30, 2014 To celebrate the announcement of another Ancient Tea Horse Road journey with Jeff Fuchs during November 2020, we’re sharing one of our favorite posts of WildChina Explorer and Expert Jeff Fuchs musing...
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