Education Travel

The Bund Education Interview with Mei Zhang

Zhang Mei, the founder of WildChina, recently sat down with The Bund Education to talk about her PhD journey and her views on education.
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Outdoor Education: Not Just Nature, But Culture Too

Outdoor Education: Not Just Nature, But Culture Too

Making the Wild more accessible isn’t only in our name, it’s in our hearts. As such, it’s a great joy to see our vision for what outdoor education should encompass come to fruition. We hope...
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Rowing-Inspired Shanghai Winter Camp For Students

Rowing-Inspired Shanghai Winter Camp For Students Here at WildChina, we specialize in creating life-changing experiences. We understand the importance of immersion when it comes to learning and in our education programs, we design opportunities for...
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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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6 Outdoor Learning Activities Perfect for Social Distancing During COVID-19 

while we can’t physically take you to the Middle Kingdom right now, we can pass along some of our favorite outdoor educational activities that can be done just as easily in your backyard, neighborhood, or local park. Just remember...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Managing Health & Safety in the Time of COVID-19

When the COVID-19 outbreak started in China a few months ago, none of us were prepared for it to turn into a global pandemic. While the world faces the trials of COVID-19, one thing we must...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

An Educated Response to COVID-19: What schools in China are doing amid the coronavirus outbreak  

Featured photo by Lu via Unsplash China’s systems have faced incredible challenges since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, that emerged around the country in late January. Factories have been closed for extended periods of time, office staff are working from home, many restaurants...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

A How-To Guide for Sustainable Educational Travel

With the distant corners of our world becoming increasingly accessible, many of us have explored the globe in ways one never could have imagined decades ago. Younger generations are seeing a shift in priorities, choosing...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

What is the Duke of Edinburgh International Award?

What’s the Award all about? And what are the opportunities for Adventurous Journeys and Residential Projects in China? The Duke of Edinburgh International Award is a youth self-development program designed to cultivate the spirit of challenge...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Children and the Natural World

We all know that the safeguarding of our wildlife and environment is vitally important. Unfortunately, for children that grow up in big metropolitan cities, some of the only opportunities they have to see wildlife are...
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