Buddhist sculpture and art

Ecotourism: Greening Your Next Vacation

The following is an excerpt taken from the Spring 2011 issue of WEALTH Magazine. ——— Before solidifying your next vacation plans, consider the latest trend in eco-awareness — ecotourism.  We’ve spotlighted three green luxury travel...
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Man enjoying his tea

Founder Zhang Mei speaks on “Authentic and Sustainable Travel” at ILTM Asia 2011

WildChina founder Zhang Mei was recently invited to serve as a panelist at the International Luxury Travel Market Asia in Shanghai.  In a conversation moderated by Dorinda Elliot of Condé Nast Traveler, Mei will join Claire...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

WildChina again recognized as leader in sustainable travel in China

At WildChina, we’re quite proud of our pioneering dedication to pursuing environmentally sustainable travel in China, and we’re not afraid to show it. That said, it’s always nice when other people recognize us for our...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Ecotourism in Changqing Reserve: Paving the way for conservation in 21st century China

Ecotourism in Changqing National Nature Reserve: paving the way for conservation in 21st century China. Prior to arriving here in China, I didn’t know much about China’s natural wonders beyond pandas. For me, China was...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Eco-friendly travel gear for your China trip

Eco-friendly travel gadgets are becoming more and more popular among avid travelers. Knowing that traveling affects the environment, many people are looking to minimize their impact. One way to do this without sacrificing any preferences...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

China’s domestic tourism picks up – with a new green twist

China’s domestic tourism picks up – with a new green twist. In Mark Graham’s late September South China Morning Post article, “On the inside track,” the author quotes a Chinese couple expressing their changing thoughts...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Mei Zhang joins Adventure Travel Trade Association’s Advisory Board

WildChina is pleased to announce that our founder, Mei Zhang, has recently joined Adventure Travel Trade Associaton (ATTA)’s 15-member Advisory Board. In the company of other innovative leaders in the adventure travel industry, Mei looks...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Revisiting “China’s Magic Melting Mountain”: A frank look at tourism in Yunnan

When reading Orville Schell’s recent article in Conde Nast Traveler, “China’s Magic Melting Mountain,” readers might notice that the destinations in Yunnan he describes seem rather, well, touristy. Schell is quick to outline the realities...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

Changqing Reserve Staff Training Program

This week has been a somewhat inspiring one for me from a professional perspective. As I think I have mentioned in a previous blog, China often gets bad international publicity when it comes to their...
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