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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Breaking the Winter Cycle: Shanghai

Ring in the New Year… Shanghai style Looking for an exciting way to bring in the New Year? While thousands of people are huddled like penguins in the streets of Times Square, you could be...
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Breaking the Winter Cycle: Lhasa, Tibet

  For those of us living in the northern hemisphere, this time of year is one of mixed feelings. On one hand, the changing of the seasons is a welcome period of transition, in which we...
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The Grand Choirs of the Dong People Festival

Guizhou Province, Southwest China November 28th – 30th, 2011 While the Dong are most famous for their architecture and unique style of dress, few outsiders realize how much music is the social and cultural heart...
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Announcing Photo Expedition Spring/Summer 2012 for Photography Students

This journey, titled High Speed China: Urban Development and Youth Culture in the Middle Kingdom is being led by WildChina Expert Matthew Niederhauser, one of China’s leading photojournalists. This journey will immerse photography students in...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Time running out to book your 2011 China journey

Nobody likes to be hurried, but if you’ve been putting off deciding whether you’re going to travel to China later this year, now is an ideal time to make those plans. As this recent travel...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Thankful thoughts: Reflections on Thanksgiving in China

Thanksgiving is one of the few times in the year when Americans can celebrate family and tradition over a hearty, home-cooked meal. So what happens when you’re traveling in China, far away from home, during...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Student Voice: Reflections on Guizhou Service Work

With the recent completion of our Guizhou Community Service trip for students, developed in collaboration with CET Academic Programs, we were thrilled to receive a participating student‘s poems on their work during the trip. The...
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Man looking after cattle on the Tibetan plateau

Free travel?

Yes, you read that headline correctly. The China Post today reports, “Chinese tourists may be allowed free travel in Taiwan as early as next July, with residents of Beijing and Shanghai possibly first in line...
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Portrait of an LBX: the Post-Journey Interview

It’s been almost a year since we first spoke with Portrait of an LBX bikers and writers Andy Keller and Evan Villarrubia. We caught up with them this week to talk about their reflections on...
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