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Chinese New Year

Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Dumplings To Eat And Mountains To Climb! – How We Spent Our Chinese New Year

This Chinese New Year, the staff at WildChina dispersed to every corner of the country to go see relatives and explore new places! We’re hard at work again now and Beijing is back to its...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Happy Year of the Sheep!

China’s biggest holiday has arrived and the whole country is stopping to enjoy quality family time over long cups of tea and hot juicy dumplings. To help you and your family plan quality time on...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

China’s Annual New Year’s Migration

The Lunar New Year is almost here and the world is once again watching China as 130 million people prepare to crisscross the country for home.
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Fisherman in YangShuo

China’s best and worst fall travel times

In China’s fall, picking the right time to travel is essential. Thinking about traveling to Guizhou November 9-12th? Get ready for an eye-opening adventure. Thinking about traveling October 1-7th? Get ready to wait in line....
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

Happy Chinese New Year from WildChina!!

This year from January 22-28, China celebrates Chinese New Year. We will say goodbye to the Year of the Rabbit and ring in the Year of the Dragon. You might be thinking, “Fantastic– Get me...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Last of the fireworks in Beijing

Lantern Festival, which falls on the fifteenth day of the new lunar year, marks the end of Chinese New Year and the last day to shoot fireworks. Walking home from work, it seems as if...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Office hours for Chinese New Year

WildChina’s office hours for the upcoming Chinese New Year are as follows: Beijing office will be closed from February 2-8.  We will reopen the office on Wednesday, February 9. Washington, D.C. office will open all...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Home for the Holidays: China’s Busiest Travel Season

Today marks the beginning of the busiest travel season in China: from January 21 to February 27, China’s skies, roads, and rails will be inundated as an expected 640 million people, from every corner of...
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

Beijing’s Chinese New Year Temple Fairs: redefining a Chinese cultural event

If you’ve been in Beijing during the Chinese New Year festivities, you know that after a few days of consuming delicious traditional New Year dishes, one must visit a temple fair, or miao hui. Where...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Beijing office closure for Chinese New Year

WildChina’s Beijing office will be closed from Saturday, February 13 to Friday, February 19 in celebration of Chinese New Year. Normal business hours will resume on Saturday, February 20.   During this time, please contact...
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