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Expedition

Chinese door in Hutong alley

Further, Higher

The following is an excerpt from Jeff Fuchs’ Tea and Mountain Journals, a blog by explorer, photographer and writer Jeff Fuchs.  Jeff is the 2011 recipient of WildChina’s Explorer Grant.  He and friend Michael Kleinwort are currently...
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Man enjoying his tea

On the Road with Jeff Fuchs: The Sun and Wind in Golok

The following is an excerpt from Jeff Fuchs’ Tea and Mountain Journals, a blog by explorer, photographer and writer Jeff Fuchs.  Jeff is the 2011 recipient of WildChina’s Explorer Grant.  He and friend Michael Kleinwort...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

NEW WildChina Journey – Photo Expedition with Sean Gallagher: Silk Road Through Your Lens

The sandy regions, snow covered mountains and colorful Uighur costumes of China’s wild west, make Xinjiang a paradise for photography. WildChina and leading British photographer, Sean Gallagher, have worked together to design a unique and...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Tsalam – The Ancient Salt Route

The following is an introduction to Jeff Fuchs’ Tea and Mountain Journals, a blog by explorer, photographer and writer Jeff Fuchs.  Jeff is the 2011 recipient of WildChina’s Explorer Grant.  He and friend Michael Kleinwort are currently...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Review: Tea Horse Road by Michael Freeman and Selena Ahmed

For many travelers, one of the difficult aspects of setting aside the time and money for a trip to China is that it’s hard to know what you’re getting yourself in for until you’re stepping...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

New WildChina Journey: China for Foodies

When returning from a trip to China one doesn't carry only the memory of the sights and sounds of a far-off land: a journey here is also an immersion in a world of exotic flavors...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Return to the Three Gorges

Return to the Three Gorges: At WildChina we take pride in showing people unseen corners of the country, but sometimes we like to visit the places that everyone else goes, places that we typically don’t...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Travel Tips: Spring Biking in the ‘Jing (and other Chinese urban centers)

Those who regularly ride the subway in China’s large cities will finally gain a little more breathing room in the coming weeks, as warmer weather means that bikes and bikers are making a seasonal comeback....
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Henan: The Home of Kung Fu

Kung fu is synonymous with China. Not unlike giant pandas, dumplings, Mao, The Great Wall and Qingdao beer … eventually, it will creep into conversation. Perhaps this has become even more the case since 2008,...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

Walking in the Footsteps of Dinosaurs in Gansu Province

Pandas and dragons are the creatures most commonly associated with China, and yet this vast and fascinating country was also once home to yet another legendary creature: dinosaurs. With paleontological digs happening in Zhucheng, Gobi...
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