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Beijing

Holiday Gift Guide: Beijing and Shanghai

One of the perks (and perils) of traveling through Beijing and Shanghai is the excellent shopping that can be found, and often for great prices. With the holidays fast approaching, your resident WildChina shoppers thought...
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December Miracles: Bringing Hope to Children in Anhui

Only a few days before World AIDS Day on December 1, WildChina's VP Paul Moreno had one of the most meaningful experiences of his life when he took a group of philanthropists from the Chi...
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Great Wall of China

Interview With Our Expert – Beijing Great Wall Expert William Lindesay

William Lindesay has lived in China for 14 years during which he has spent "more than 800 days on the Great Wall." In 1987, he made what China's Xinhua News Agency described as "the most...
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Fisherman in YangShuo

WildChina’s Albert Ng at WTM-China Contact Future of Travel Forum

WildChina’s CEO Albert Ng spoke on November 12th, 2008 at the World Travel Market in London as part of the China Contact Future of Travel forum. An expert on China inbound tourism, Albert discussed the...
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Travel Responsibly

Want to Travel Responsibly?

One of my colleagues and I recently gave a presentation at Nokia's Beijing office on ways to travel responsibly. While all the case studies and real-life examples were taken from WildChina's current practices, I did...
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Dunhuang and the Silk Road

Dunhuang was the western-most fort of the early Tang Dynasty, where the east meets west. Long ago its ancient name meant “beautiful desert oasis”. Many foreign merchants, monks, and officials came here for economic, military,...
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Travel With a Purpose: Voluntourism in China

Smiling Olympic volunteers were ubiquitous on the streets of Beijing this August and September, and news of their helpfulness was reported in several media outlets. These legions of volunteers are just one part of the...
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Expert Profile: Anne Warr, Shanghai Architect

Anne Warr is an architect who has lived in Shanghai since 2003. Anne earned an MA in Heritage Conservation from the University of York, UK and worked for ten years as Heritage Manager for the...
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Condé Nast World Savers Congress: China Panel

Dedicated to honoring organizations and individuals that use the $8 trillion dollar tourism industry as an avenue for positive change in the world, the World Savers Congress brings travel professionals, philanthropists, activists, and changemakers together...
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Heavenly Paradise: Hangzhou

Heavenly Paradise: Hangzhou

Good times go fast, and my vacation is about to finish. During my time away from the office, I spent some lovely days in Hangzhou. There are ten famous sites surrounding the West Lake, all...
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