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Imperial dragon patterns

Happy Year of the Rat!

Written by Collin Fifer Chinese New Year begins on Saturday, January 25 and ushers in the Year of the Metal Rat. Find out all you need to know, and more, about Rats. The Legend  There’s...
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Man enjoying his tea

Chinese New Year and Why it Rat-ters

Featured image by Carl Ibale  Written by Collin Fifer China’s biggest holiday has arrived, and with it, the biggest annual human migration. As the new moon waxes and we enter the Year of the Rat, the whole...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Chinese Treasures: A WildChina Original (Book by 3/31 for $200 off)

*BOOK CHINESE TREASURES BEFORE THE END OF MARCH TO RECEIVE $200 OFF THE PRICE. EMAIL US AT INFO@WILDCHINA.COM TO ENQUIRE)* Back in 2000, when Mei Zhang first started WildChina, her clients were personal friends, family,...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Why use a travel company?

Have you ever woken up on a plane to discover that your flight has been rerouted mid-air? Or arrived at your destination only to discover every single bag is missing? Everyone has at least one...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

WildChina’s Very Own Princeton-in-Asia Fellows

For the majority of seniors in college, finding employment post-graduation can be an intimidating experience. However, for those with an unwavering desire to dive into an unfamiliar environment before officially joining the workforce, the Princeton...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Need a change of scene for fall? WildChina has you covered.

Summer has just begun but you’re already dreading the end of it. The cure? Go on an adventure. Go somewhere you’ve never gone before. Embrace a change of scene. When you come back, you’ll be...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Save now on Chinese Treasures: Book before April 2nd

Last-minute bookers of Chinese Treasures, a thirteen-day journey throughout China, will save USD 300 if they book before April 2nd! China – where the past, present, and future can be experienced all in one. If...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

Early Bird Promotion: Receive one free night in Beijing or Shanghai

WildChina would like to offer one complimentary night’s stay at your hotel in Beijing or Shanghai for travelers who book select themed journeys by December 31, 2011 (11:59 EST). The following journeys apply: China for...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Opposing viewpoint: No to Lijiang?

This week on Twitter, we engaged in a short but telling debate with @chinaandbeyond, or blogger Jessica Marsden, on Lijiang, Yunnan province. After reading our tweets on our Chinese Treasures journey – our ‘China 101’ itinerary...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

If this is your first and only time to China, where should you go?

A twitter post responding to a WildChina tweet prompted this blog piece: @Chinaandbeyond said: “I would trade Yunnan for Gansu or Sichuan, personally RT @WildChina: First and only time to China?” Gobi Desert in Gansu,...
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