cave temple art
March 17, 2021

Grottoes and Cave Temples with Archaeologist Professor Zhao Chao 赵超 [in Mandarin] (Event #32)

Chinese grottoes and ancient cave temples are major landmarks in China. We invited Professor Zhao Chao, former researcher at the Institute of Archaeology of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, to learn more about them.
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WildChina On-Air: In Conversation With Dr. Neil Schmid

Here at WildChina, we’re not just a travel company. We go beyond just showing people a destination by fostering a deeper understanding and perception of a place and the people we find there. In the...
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A Brief History of Shanghai: In Conversation With… Patrick Cranley

Last week, we kicked off the launch of WildChina On-Air with a very special chat with our Shanghai history expert, Patrick Cranley. Patrick joined our founder, Mei Zhang, for the inaugural In Conversation With… to...
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The Top Archaeological Sites in China to Visit

With more than 5,000 years of history, China is home to ancient archaeological sites preserved through the sands of time.
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

The Mogao Caves and More Top Dunhuang Attractions

Discover the best of Dunhuang with our guide to this ancient Silk Road trading city. Here are our picks for must-see attractions, best things to eat, as well as some WildChina flourishes to make your...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

China Travel: Discover Mount Emei in Sichuan

Check out this on the road experience from WildChina’s travel product design manager, Colleen O’Connor, and discover an unknown trail situated deep in Emei’s sacred mountain range, just waiting to be explored…by you! We traveled...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong: A Cut Above the Rest

The Peninsula name has always been equated with luxury and magnificence, and as the brand’s flagship location, the Peninsula Hong Kong is a cut above the rest.   The two-phase “landmark room enhancement programme,” commenced...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Beijing’s Vanishing Heart

This past weekend, we sat down with journalist and photographer Jojje Olsson to talk about a bit of Beijing’s heritage. _____ In 2007, Jojje Olsson came to China. He’d just won a university competition, and...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

The Dragon Boats Are Here!

Today is the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar, which mean something very significant in China: it’s time for 端午节 (Duān Wǔ Jié), the Dragon Boat Festival! The Dragon Boat Festival...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

The Great Wall at Mutianyu

With just a two-an-a-half hour long car ride, you can travel back in time from modern Beijing to the days when emperors ruled China. Step out into the crisp fresh-aired haven of ancient China’s Ming...
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