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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Mingling by moonlight: Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival

If you have been receiving box upon box of mooncakes, or yuebing, these past few weeks like us at WildChina, you are surely thrilled that Mid-Autumn Festival – the  raison d’être for these egg-and-bean-filled confections...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Beijing office closure for Mid-Autumn Festival

WildChina’s Beijing office will be closed on Wednesday, September 22 for Mid-Autumn Festival. Please call 1-888-902-8808 or email info@wildchina.com for assistance at this time. The US office will be open as usual.   To all...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Mei Zhang and WildChina featured in Travel+Leisure’s A-List for second year

Wednesday brought great news to the WildChina office. For the second year in a row, founder Mei Zhang has been featured as one of Travel+Leisure’s World’s Top Travel Agents for 2010! Be sure to pick...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

US office closure on Monday, September 6

In honor of Labor Day, WildChina’s US office will be closed on Monday, September 6. We wish our friends, family and travelers a happy holiday.   WildChina’s Beijing office will be open at this time....
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

Autumn destinations: Xinjiang

If you’ve been thinking about an autumn getaway in China, now is the time to make plans for an unforgettable trip. Not too hot and not too cold, fall provides ideal weather conditions to see...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Shangri-La dreaming

As another summer draws to a close, we find our mind drifting to one of our favorite places to enjoy fall scenery in China – Shangri-La and the surrounding Tibetan areas. Although it is doubtful...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

Our take on Wendy Perrin’s 6 Travel Agent Tips

In addition to being honored to be one of Wendy Perrin’s 135 Top Travel Specialists for 2010, we’re a big fan of the related spread in Conde Nast Traveler‘s August 2010 print issue.Wendy Perrin not...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Mudslides continue to ‘wreak havoc’ in Yunnan, SW China

The torrential rains that have plagued southwestern China this summer have caused even further damage, this time in Yunnan province. Xinhua reports that in Pudali Township of Yunnan’s Gongshan Drung-Nu Autonomous Region, “at least 67 people...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Is it safe to go on a Yangtze River cruise this summer?

According to a recent Los Angeles Times article, China’s Three Gorges Dam, the country’s “largest construction project since the Great Wall,” is showing signs of strain. A summer of record-breaking rains and floodwaters has “severely...
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Girl praying at an ancient temple

Sign of the times: Lonely Planet goes Chinese

Around a decade ago Yunnan was still a bit off most travelers’ radar, but today it is one of China’s top draws for both international and domestic travelers. For international travelers, it wouldn’t be difficult...
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