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Mei Zhang

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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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WildChina hosts Harvard Business School event

This past Wednesday, WildChina sponsored the Greater China Club’s (GCC) annual party at Harvard Business School. The GCC aims to engage HBS students in one of the world’s most dynamic economies on business, economic, and...
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Beijing to Ulaan Baatar: A Cross-Border Journey: September 2-12, 2012

WildChina and Nomadic Expeditions have teamed up to create an itinerary that highlights the best of their respective destinations. The result is Exploring China & Mongolia!, designed by WildChina, founder and president Mei Zhang, and Jalsa...
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Teach for China Leadership Summit

Early next month, WildChina will be assisting Teach for China to execute their 2012 Leadership Summit in Lincang, Yunnan. Established in 2008, Teach For China is inspired by the vision that one day, all Chinese...
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Tour on Asia’s Wild Side: WildChina featured in The New York Times

Earlier today, The New York Times featured WildChina in “Tour on Asia’s Wild Side.” Journalist Michelle Higgins set out to highlight new off-the-beaten-path destinations and explains “Now adventurous travelers are turning to the region’s wild...
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Save now on Chinese Treasures: Book before April 2nd

Last-minute bookers of Chinese Treasures, a thirteen-day journey throughout China, will save USD 300 if they book before April 2nd! China – where the past, present, and future can be experienced all in one. If...
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Where the Wild Things Are: A WildChina Series with Hollywood Producer Janet Yang

Last night WildChina hosted the inaugural Where the Wild Things Are: A WildChina Series at In & Out Yunnan Restaurant in Beijing.  An exclusive and intimate dinner capped at 40 people, WildChina invited friend Janet...
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What does WildChina Founder have in common with Angelina Jolie and Madeline Albright?

Alongside Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie and Madeline Albright, WildChina Founder Mei Zhang will be speaking at the annual Women in the World Conference held this week in New York City. Organized by Newsweek and The...
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WildChina & Journeys Within announce China-Vietnam cross-border adventure!

WildChina is excited to announce the product launch of Cityscapes & Countrysides: An Intimate Look at China and Vietnam. This pioneering cross-border journey will transport guests through two ancient capitals and into contact with rural...
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Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards: A note from WildChina Founder

It has been an exciting year for WildChina. In the past 12 months, we pioneered hiking routes in the Abujee region of Tibetan Yunnan with WildChina expert Jeff Fuchs, led our inaugural program, Refreshing Taiwan,...
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