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WildChina Explorer Grant Proposal: Searching for the Scholar’s Four Treasures

Below is a blog written by WildChina Explorer Grant Applicant E. Briel about her idea for exploring China. If you think her idea is cool show your support on our Pinterest, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook...
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WildChina Explorer Grant proposal: A Ride Across China

Below is a blog written by WildChina Explorer Grant Applicants Andrew and Jon about their idea for exploring China. If you think their idea is cool show your support on our Pinterest, Youtube, Twitter, and...
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Check out Sara Naumann’s WildChina Explorer Grant proposal

Below is a blog written by WildChina Explorer Grant Applicant Sara Naumann about her idea for exploring China. If you think her idea is cool show your support on our Pinterest, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook...
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$3000 to plan your dream adventure in China

The WildChina 2013 Explorer Grant is an open contest with a prize of up to $3000 for an adventure in China. Send us a personally-designed proposal pushing the boundaries of exploration in China. Check out...
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Student Adventure in Inner Mongolia

The thrill of adventure provides the opportunity for growth no matter what age we are. For adults, this is the reason WildChina offers our WildChina Explorer Grant. For student groups though, for safety’s sake, the...
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Tracking Gibbons in Ailaoshan’s Nature Reserve

This fall, our second 2012 WildChina Explorer Grant winners William Bleish and Yan lu will begin their expedition to the Aiolishan range in Yunnan. In January, William visited the region and put together a field...
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2013 WildChina Explorer Grant Contest Begins

WildChina is pleased to announce that our 2013 WildChina Explorer Grant contest has officially kicked off. If you have an idea for off-the-beaten-path exploration in China, then we want to hear from you. Started in...
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Travel Advice from WildChina’s Experts

This week, in addition to updating you on our adventures in Guizhou and Guangxi, WildChina has been concentrating on providing travel tips. If you have been following our blog, then you have seen our top...
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How WildChina Explorer Shanghua Zhang prepares for an expedition…

Last week, Shanghua Zhang, one of the 2012 WildChina Explorer Grant winners, began his trek in the Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture. Along his journey, he will spend time in The Chaqingsongduo Nature Reserve which houses two-thirds of...
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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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