Rice Terraces in the south of China

The Girls with the Protective Tattoos: Stories from Humans of China, Hainan

True travelers, those curious world wanderers, know that part of the joy in a journey – beyond the moments of wonder and the sensory overload caused by the swirl of new flavors, sights, and sounds...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Kyle Johnson: China’s Ultimate World Traveler

Would you exchange luxurious material possessions for the opportunity to take an extraordinary journey around the world? From the towering snow-capped mountain peaks of Alaska to the age-old charming hutongs located in the heart of...
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Imperial dragon patterns

China Travel Alert: Typhoon Megi headed toward China

  After having wreaked havoc in the Philippines, where it killed 11 people, Typhoon Megi is headed for Hong Kong and mainland China. Megi is expected to touch down on Hong Kong this Friday, October...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

WildChina Twitter Live Q+A, Question 2: Two Options for Winter Getaways in China

The holiday season is rapidly approaching, and in the northern areas of China, winter has already hit in (almost) full force. Each year, during the months of December to February, the Middle Kingdom is in...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

The Tropical South

A deadly cocktail of sun, sand, rainforests, tropical fruits, mojitos, motorbikes, minority villages and street food has distracted me from writing my fourth blog … No, I’m not talking about the Hawaii or even Bali...
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