Mei’s Advice

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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10 Reasons China’s Hotel Quarantine Isn’t that Bad

10 Reasons China’s Hotel Quarantine Isn’t that Bad

Mei Zhang is chronicling the details about traveling to China right now. In this part: 10 Reasons China’s Hotel Quarantine Isn’t that Bad.
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What to Pack for Quarantine in China

WildChina founder Mei Zhang chronicles what to expect when traveling to China during COVID-19. This is Part 1: What to Pack for Quarantine in China.
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Traveling to China During COVID-19

Flying from the US to China During COVID-19

WildChina founder Mei Zhang chronicles what to expect when traveling to China during COVID-19. This is Part 2: Flying from the US to China.
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Lunar New Year Greetings From WildChina Founder Mei Zhang

From all of us here at WildChina, we wish you and yours a happy, healthy, and prosperous Lunar New Year and Year of the Ox! 春节快乐!
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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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Will China Be a Great Travel Destination in 2021?

WildChina founder Mei Zhang offers insights on how the pandemic has made profound changes to the Chinese travel industry, for the better.
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Where Does Tourism in China Now Stand?

By Zhang Mei (Aug 08, 2020) Beijing’s Temple of Heaven in July. One evening a month ago, my husband walked into my study and asked, “Could you update your resume please? I don’t think it’s...
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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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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Defer, Don’t Cancel Your China Trip

Photo: Andres Vargas The moment I knew it was time to close the office was when our contractor vanished. Work stopped on our half-done office renovation, newspaper lying on the ground to catch paint drops,...
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