The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Jiuzhaigou National Park Reopens Further Following Devastating 2017 Earthquake

Jiuzhaigou National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in China’s Sichuan Province is a true gem of an attraction. Meaning ‘Nine Village Valley’, Jiuzhaigou is named for the nine Tibetan villages that dot the sprawling...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

WildChina’s Donation

Confronted by such terrible tragedy, every little bit counts.  We have decided to make a collective donation to assist with the relief efforts in Sichuan. WildChina has donated 21,906 RMB in total.  The staff raised...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Alison Klayman Talks Film and China

Filmmaker and WildChina Expert Alison Klayman‘s documentary “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” was recently recognized by the New York Times as a critics’ pick. WildChina sat down with her to talk about what she learned from...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Sending Our Condolences to Japan

To the thousands affected by the earthquake and nuclear disaster in Japan, we at WildChina send our deepest condolences. We can only imagine the devastating effects that this is having and hope that relief will...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

China fights floods, mudslides in southwestern Sichuan

Wenchuan County in China’s southwestern Sichuan province has yet again been struck by natural disaster, floods and mudslides. Rain-induced flooding and mudslides on August 14 “ravaged” the area, resulting in at least 38 people missing...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

A Year After Sichuan, Reflections

May is a special month for me. May 10th is Mother’s Day. I appreciate my Mom, who is the greatest person in the world, gives me life and helps me to know the beautiful world....
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

WildChina on the Web – July 31st, 2008

Sometimes WildChina ends up in interesting places on the information superhighway, so I thought it would be nice to share some of these links of WildChina on the Web. I realize that these have been...
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First Group in Chengdu After the Earthquake

We landed at Chengdu Shuangliu airport, is 00.10 AM June 23. 42 days after the earthquake, 38 days after escaping from Chengdu, I’m back again. I feel especially bonded with this city. I am excited....
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Pingwu County

50 T-Shirts Donated to Mupi Village in Pingwu County

WildChina's t-shirts arrived at Sichuan's Mupi Village last week. The village is located at, Pingwu county, one of the hardest hit counties from the Sichuan earthquake.
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Sichuan Earthquake - Dispatches from Philip He, our Guide in Sichuan

Dispatches from Philip He, WildChina Guide in Sichuan (May 18)

Today we also didn't go to the hard-hit areas. Instead, we went to a church called Ganentang (Thanksgiving Church). We took part in their afternoon program there. About 36 Christians were present for the Sunday...
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