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WildChina Explorer Grant

Ethnic Minorities of China

If You Were Given USD$5000, Where in China Would You Explore?

Get to know the history and past winners of the WildChina Explorer Grant and whet your appetite for this year’s search. — The WildChina Explorer Grant was established in 2011 to enable dreamers and explorers...
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

WildChina Explorer Grant 2016: We have a winner!

Our WildChina Explorer Grant judges have deliberated long and hard to choose the final winner. Congratulations to Yunnan-based Star Chaser Dongrui Yu, the 2016 WildChina Explorer!
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

The WildChina Explorer Grant 2016 is in the hands of these 5 people

With over 5000 votes cast, the public have chosen this year’s 5 WildChina Explorer Grant finalists. Their fates now lie in the hands of the judges. Let’s meet the panel: Lonely Planet Founder, Tony Wheeler...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

WildChina Explorer Grant 2016: Meet the Finalists

A big congratulations to our wildchina explorer grant finalists! The people have voted and we can’t wait to introduce you to the top five finalists for this year’s WildChina Explorer Grant. From stargazers to rock...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

The WildChina Explorer Grant 2016: The Countdown Begins – 2 Weeks Left to Apply

There are just 2 weeks left to get your application in for the WildChina Explorer Grant 2016. Prepare your application today and don’t miss out on the chance to win $5000 to help you make an...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

WildChina Explorer Grant 2016: Why We’re Venturing Beyond China

As WildChina continues to travel beyond China’s borders to the neighboring countries of Bhutan, Laos, and Myanmar, we’ve also expanded our list of eligible countries for WildChina Explorer Grant proposals. WildChina Founder and CEO, Mei...
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Ethnic Minorities of China

In Search of the Tianshan Snow Lotus – The WildChina Explorer Grant

“In old stories, people would have to brave the snow and mountains to find the snow lotus. They would need it to cure a dying friend or break a deadly spell.” Heli, a student botanist...
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

When an L.A. Boy Met a Rural Chinese Girl, He Traded in His White Collar for a Cot on the Floor and Chicken Feed

Every morning he would wake when she awoke to start the fire and every night he’d sleep only once she had gone to bed. They were in one of the most remote villages in China...
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Rice Terraces in the south of China

And the winner of our 2014 WildChina Explorer Grant is…

…Ricky Qi! Every year, it is not an easy task to choose a WildChina Explorer. This year we received piles of inspirational applications and fun videos, making the reviewing process a lot of fun! It’s...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

2011 WildChina Explorer Jeff Fuchs returns as one of this year’s judges!

We are proud to announce that Canadian explorer and tea expert, Jeff Fuchs, will be joining us this year as one of the WildChina Explorer Grant judges.  Having won the grant himself in 2011, Jeff...
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