Capital M Beijing

Buddhist sculpture and art

Where the Wild Things Are: Fuchsia Dunlop and Chinese Cuisine

WildChina’s next installment of Where the Wild Things Are: A WildChina Series is going to feature Fuchsia Dunlop a food writer and cook extraordinaire at Capital M. In addition to having a chance to hear...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

The Ancient Tea and Horse Road – An interview with Jeff Fuchs

After months of following Jeff Fuchs’ blog and appearances at WildChina’s website, I finally met him personally during a presentation at Beijing Literary Festival in Capital M. Jeff’s passion for mountains and tea are evident...
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