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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Why Anhui should be on your travel radar

What do Ang Lee’s ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ and James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ have in common? Both were critically acclaimed films that ignited the global imagination like wildfire, and both can be traced directly back to...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Is there Wifi in China?

You have just taken an amazing picture of Jiuzhaigou. You have an incredible story from the home you just visited in Guizhou. All you want to do is get online and and share it with...
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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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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

Travel Advice from WildChina’s Experts

This week, in addition to updating you on our adventures in Guizhou and Guangxi, WildChina has been concentrating on providing travel tips. If you have been following our blog, then you have seen our top...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Mei’s Must-Have Items for Travel

When she is not occupied with journeying around the world or updating her Weibo with the captivating sights she encounters on her travels, WildChina’s founder, Mei, thoroughly enjoys exploring the outskirts of greater China, whether it means...
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Man enjoying his tea

Top Five Tips for Easy China Travel

We’ve all been there. You have been working the whole year, and finally, you take a vacation. You arrive at your destination–usually somewhere well-removed from your office–only to discover your bags did not make the...
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Man enjoying his tea

Tips on calling home from China

Traveling in China, in our opinion, is one of the best ways a person can spend their time. Whether you’re walking through the incense laden air of an ancient temple, touching the well worn steps...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Visa to China? Here’s how

International relations are different between every country in the world. Consequently, the process for obtaining the appropriate visa to a country varies considerably depending on where you are from and where you are going. While...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Why China Travel has become Expensive

If you’ve traveled to China in the last year you may have noticed the country has become more expensive. We’ve taken some time here to explain why: 1. Appreciation of the Chinese yuan. The New York...
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