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Terracotta Warriors

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Chinese Treasures: A WildChina Original (Book by 3/31 for $200 off)

*BOOK CHINESE TREASURES BEFORE THE END OF MARCH TO RECEIVE $200 OFF THE PRICE. EMAIL US AT INFO@WILDCHINA.COM TO ENQUIRE)* Back in 2000, when Mei Zhang first started WildChina, her clients were personal friends, family,...
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What makes a WildChina guide?

In school, people say a professor can make or break a class. When traveling, we feel the same way about guides. It will not matter that you are visiting a wonder of the world if...
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WildChina local partner: Gerard Shi from Xi’an

WildChina’s guides and local partners across China are an experienced group of travel professionals. Their wealth of experience, humor, and knowledge can be easily discerned from dealing with them in person, and WildChina feels that...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Chinese beginning to question value of World Heritage status

Much time has passed since China first joined UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1987, when The Great Wall, Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor (aka the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an), Peking Man Site at Zhoukoudian,...
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Lonely Planet’s China Guide: Good-looking, but mediocre

I was very impressed by the beginning of the Lonely Planet China Guide book. “The Best of China” page offered a quick summary of the classic highlights of the country that one should never miss...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Mei Zhang to lead Smithsonian “Chinese Treasures in Washington” tour on February 26, 2010

WildChina is pleased to announce that as part of the D.C.-based Smithsonian Resident Associate Program, Mei Zhang will lead the “Chinese Treasures in Washington” tour on Friday, February 26, 2010. The tour covers a range...
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