Yunnan Province

Rice Terraces in the south of China

How to Beat the Crowds in Yunnan This Spring Festival

As always, we’ve been working on how best to get you off-the-beaten-path in a way where you’ll still get to enjoy the buzz that makes this time of year in China so special.  Now, don’t...
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Christmas in China

Why We’re Spending Christmas in Yunnan, China

Would you be surprised if we told you that in a small town on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau, 80% of the population was Catholic? And would you be even more surprised if we...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

WildChina founder and Dali-native Mei Zhang’s Insider Tips to Dali

Dali is the perfect backdrop for a truly authentic Chinese travel experience. From stunning mountains to decadent gastronomic delights, the city of Dali and its surrounding areas provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind immersion into a China...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Dali, Embracing the Slow-paced Life

Dali, in southwest China’s Yunnan province, has always been an idyllic getaway, but in recent years it can feel overcrowded by tourists. How can travelers to Dali rediscover and immerse themselves in the relaxing, slow-paced...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

The Ancient Tea and Horse Road – An interview with Jeff Fuchs

After months of following Jeff Fuchs’ blog and appearances at WildChina’s website, I finally met him personally during a presentation at Beijing Literary Festival in Capital M. Jeff’s passion for mountains and tea are evident...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

WildChina sponsors Kawa Karpo Expedition

WildChina, alongside Outpost Magazine, Revo, Mountain Hardwear, and ZoomerMedia, is sponsoring a once-in-a lifetime journey, The Kawa Karpo Expedition.  Leaving next week, WildChina expert & good friend, Jeff Fuchs will be leading this expedition. Fuchs,...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Zhang Mei featured in China Daily: A walk on the wild side

Earlier this month, Zhang Mei was featured in China Daily in “A walk on the wild side.” The article tracks Mei’s “Cinderella” story of growing up in Yunnan province, her transformative experience at Harvard Business...
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