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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Exploring Joseph Rock’s China

WildChina prides itself in taking its clients to unspoiled, unseen corners of the country, but we also recognize that we wouldn’t know about these places had it not been for the efforts of the old-school...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Autumn destinations: Tibet

On the ‘Roof of the World,’ the sky is the limit when it comes to exploration. Given Tibet‘s diverse cultural, historical and religious marvels, it is no wonder that travelers from all over the world...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Autumn destinations: Pingyao

The rapid modernization of China’s cities has amazed the world with its scale and speed, but it has come at a great cultural cost, especially when considering the one thing that almost all Chinese cities...
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

WildChina, USA Pavilion partner on iPhone app for Shanghai World Expo

Exclusive access to USA Pavilion content plus an interactive tour all in the palm of your hand. Sound appealing? It’s here! We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with the USA Pavilion at the...
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Slow Food Saturday: A green approach to food in Beijing

Is China becoming a ‘Fast Food Nation’? Just two decades ago, most people in China ate relatively low-fat meals and regularly rode their bicycles to get around. Obesity was extremely rare. Fast forward to today:...
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China fights floods, mudslides in southwestern Sichuan

Wenchuan County in China’s southwestern Sichuan province has yet again been struck by natural disaster, floods and mudslides. Rain-induced flooding and mudslides on August 14 “ravaged” the area, resulting in at least 38 people missing...
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Beautiful night in an old town in Yunnan

Travel Tip: Dining with Allergies in China

Dining in China is a fantastic experience for the palate, with a myriad of new flavors, textures, and aromas to enjoy. Don’t let allergy fears get in the way of enjoying Chinese cuisines. However, it...
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Travel Tip: Choosing a Hotel in China

Choosing a hotel in China, whether you prefer adventurous excursions or luxury getaways, is an integral part of any trip to China. A hotel, guesthouse, or homestay experience can greatly affect your experience. Especially in...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Chopsticks out: Chengdu now a “City of Gastronomy”

We were interested to learn on CNNGo today that Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, has recently been named Asia’s first “City of Gastronomy” by UNESCO. How did it beat out the competition (which is...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

If this is your first and only time to China, where should you go?

A twitter post responding to a WildChina tweet prompted this blog piece: @Chinaandbeyond said: “I would trade Yunnan for Gansu or Sichuan, personally RT @WildChina: First and only time to China?” Gobi Desert in Gansu,...
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