travel in China


The Great Outdoors: China’s Latest Travel Trend

For their August 2022 issue, Vogue China selected five experts to speak on the growing interest in outdoor recreation that’s sweeping Chinese social media, including WildChina’s own Mei Zhang. Here’s her take on the trend...
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China’s tourism industry post-COVID – an interview with Mei Zhang

Interview by Emily Riddell – Published in DAO INSIGHTS Confidence in the government’s handling of COVID-19 has led to a steady recovery in China’s domestic tourism sector. Meanwhile, international destinations have had to adapt digitally...
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Episode 4 Planning a Trip to China

Episode 4: Planning a Trip to China

For our fourth episode, we zoom out to look at China as a whole. We address many of the questions we’ve been asked over the years on “How to plan a trip to China" and...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China
February 8, 2021

Breaking Into Sustainability:
Women’s Empowerment Through Travel (Event #60)

Join us and Roots and Shoots for a conversation around career development, sustainability, and travel in China in 2021 and the future.
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Where to Travel in China: December 2020

Traveling in December can mean discounted prices and fewer crowds! The last month of the year is just around the corner and in most other countries, traveling during December means hiked up pricing and limited...
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Imperial dragon patterns

Happy Year of the Rat!

Written by Collin Fifer Chinese New Year begins on Saturday, January 25 and ushers in the Year of the Metal Rat. Find out all you need to know, and more, about Rats.   The Legend ...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

Gansu’s Mogao Caves: A Desert Sanctuary a Millennium in the Making

Originally posted on Caixin Global Buddhism came to China in many waves and through many routes. It brought not just a philosophy, but a cultural milieu of art, sculpture, festivals, and literature. Nowhere is the influence...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

The Three Most Overrated China Travel Experiences

Originally posted on Caixin Global   On January 3, 2019, the U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory cautioning people to be more vigilant when traveling to China. China is now, according to the State...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

Best Sweet Treats and Candy in China

Updated: September 3, 2019   Although Chinese people tend to shy away from sugar-filled foods in comparison to Western culture, the Middle Kingdom is home to a wide variety of sweet treats that are fun to eat...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Sixth Year in a Row! Travel+Leisure Names Mei Zhang Top Travel Agent for China

When booking a trip, the travel company you choose can make the difference between an ordinary or extraordinary travel experience. To guide travelers in the right direction, the editors of Travel + Leisure assess hundreds of...
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