Peking Duck

Candles in a Buddhist temple

5 Dishes That Will Have You Booking Your China Trip Right Now

A couple of spots have just opened up on celebrated food author, Fuchsia Dunlop’s, Gastronomic Tour of China in May. Read on for a little sampling of the trip that will make your mouth water, then...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

The best bites in Beijing and Shanghai

Crackling, succulent duck, wrapped in a transparent pancake with julienned cucumbers and drizzled with a dark plum sauce. Ah, the joy of Beijing’s Peking duck. Shanghai’s masterpiece? Soup dumplings. Warm, delicate dough, twisted into the...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Guizhou’s Defining Dish

Most people have heard of Beijing’s Peking Duck, and Shanghai’s soup dumplings, but what takes the cake in China’s mountainous southwestern province of Guizhou? We sat down with WildChina Manager, and Guizhou native, Sherril Sui, to get an...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Traveler’s Voice: It’s not rudeness; it’s simply cultural norms

A couple months ago, you heard from WildChina travelers Jan Heininger and Jamie Reuter saying that they were thrilled with [their] tour company, but not seduced by China.  Their journey in October of 2010 took...
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