Editor’s Pick


The Great Outdoors: China’s Latest Travel Trend

For their August 2022 issue, Vogue China selected five experts to speak on the growing interest in outdoor recreation that’s sweeping Chinese social media, including WildChina’s own Mei Zhang. Here’s her take on the trend...
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Reflections from Two Months of Lockdown in Shanghai

In March, when an outbreak of COVID-19 caused the start of city-wide lockdown, our whole team returned to remote work. However difficult this change was, we were determined to use it as an opportunity to...
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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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Wild Cats of China

Wild Cats of China

As the Year of the Tiger draws near, allow us to introduce the Siberian tiger and some of China’s most curious cats.
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Lhasa Potala Palace by POTATO5566

Your Travel Guide to the Tibetan Autonomous Region

Thinking of journeying to the 'Roof of the World'? Here's your travel guide to the Tibetan Autonomous Region that includes how, when, and where to travel.
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best podcasts on china

The Best Podcasts on China

Understanding a country as vast and diverse as China can be a tricky business, especially since the amount of available information on the country is seemingly just as infinite.  This is why we love to travel, as it allows us to share our...
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A Traveler’s Guide to Ningxia, China’s Wine Country

If you’re looking to broaden your China travel horizons beyond the usual sightseeing and outdoor activities in 2021, then make sure you put Ningxia on your agenda. This small province in western-central China is one...
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When is the best time to visit China in 2021?

When is the Best Time to Visit China in 2021?

Planning your travels to the Middle Kingdom? We’ve got you covered on when is the best time to visit China for each season in 2021.
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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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