It’s been 2 weeks since I landed in Beijing, with the whole family in tow, pursuing my dream of another startup in the land of opportunities. Since when, China replaced the United States to be the land of opportunities? I don’t think I am alone with this view. Someone from Mars Bar candy company… Read more »
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
China Daily: Twin pandas were born in southwest China’s Sichuan province. The mother panda, Qi Zhen gave birth to the cubs on August 4, 2011. The first was female of 152g, and the second was a male weighing 122g. These are Qi Zhen’s fourth set of twins, making breeders hopeful that she will raise them… Read more »
Reuters: “Typhoon Muifa weaked as it approached China’s coast on Sunday…veering north.” ShanghaiDaily: Over the weekend, the Shanghai area still experienced strong gusts of wind and heavy rains. Power lines and trees were pulled down, over 200 flights were canceled, and residents were evacuated, but overall, the damage was not serious as forecasters had predicted…. Read more »
Fall is a beautiful time to come to China – the rain and humidity of the summer lifts, the sky clears and the air becomes a bit more crisp. Landscapes and nature reserves throughout the nation change hues, erupting in the cheerful colors of harvest season. Festivals celebrating this change provide great insight… Read more »
The following post was written by Jan Heininger and Jamie Reuter, WildChina clients who traveled with us for two and half weeks in October of 2010. Their journey took them through Beijing, Tibet, Yunnan Province. Guangxi Province, and finally to Hong Kong. This is the first of a series of articles he wrote detailing their experience…. Read more »
Due to recent disturbances in Kashgar and Khotan of Xinjiang province, WildChina does not recommend trips to the area at this time. No WildChina travelers are in this area at this time. As always, WildChina keeps the safety of our clients our top priority, and we will continue to monitor the situation and keep you… Read more »