Early next month, WildChina will be assisting Teach for China to execute their 2012 Leadership Summit in Lincang, Yunnan. Established in 2008, Teach For China is inspired by the vision that one day, all Chinese children will have access to a quality education. Teach For China takes a unique approach to eliminating educational inequity by… Read more »
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
When I first came across Christoph Baumer’s China’s Holy Mountain – An Illustrated Journey into the Heart of Buddhism, I was impressed by its first quality presentation, abundance of information and beauty of its images. It is said that one should not judge a book by its cover, or its pictures – for that matter,… Read more »
WildChina’s Beijing office will be closed next Monday, April 2nd to Wednesday April 4th for the Qingming or Tomb-Sweeping Festival. The Beijing office will be open for service on Thursday, April 5. Our US office will be open on normal working hours throughout this time. Don’t worry– we’ll be back soon and, of course,… Read more »
Walking along Queen’s Road Central in downtown Hong Kong this past Monday morning, there were a lot of hoarse voices and rueful smiles. Overheard more than once was the teasing comment, “I see you survived the Sevens.” For non-ruggers out there (or loyal rugby league fans), the Sevens refers to the HSBC Hong Kong Rugby… Read more »
WildChina just launched Gastronomic Tour of China with Fuchsia Dunlop, a 12 day culinary trip throughout China. From October 13-24, 2012, participants will visit the imperial capitals of Beijing and Xian – home to the Great Wall and Terracotta Warriors – travel to the southwestern province of Sichuan and then on to Shanghai + Hangzhou…. Read more »
Earlier today, The New York Times featured WildChina in “Tour on Asia’s Wild Side.” Journalist Michelle Higgins set out to highlight new off-the-beaten-path destinations and explains “Now adventurous travelers are turning to the region’s wild frontiers for stunning natural landscapes and wildlife diversity.” Higgins featured one of WildChina’s travel journeys: Hiking Yosemite’s Sister Parks. The… Read more »
Based in China? Looking to travel during the upcoming Tomb Sweeping Holiday (Qing Ming Jie) that is taking place from April 2-5, 2012? If so, now is the perfect time to pull together a last minute escape. And there is no better escape than Taiwan. Known to the first European travelers to set eyes… Read more »
Earlier this month, WildChina travel consultant Sherry Duo packed her bags and hopped on the train for a short weekend adventure in northern China. Sherry is originally from Datong, a city of +3 million in Shanxi province, but has lived in Beijing for over a decade and only travels back home for special occasions, including,… Read more »
Last minute bookers of Chinese Treasures, a thirteen day journey throughout China, will save USD 300 if they book before April 2nd! China – where the past, present and future can be experienced all in one. If this is your first and only chance to visit China, then this is the trip. Beijing, Xi’an… Read more »
WildChina is pleased to announce that Fuchsia Dunlop will be leading Gastronomic Tour of China from October 13-24, 2012. This 12-day journey will visit the imperial capitals of Beijing and Xian – home to the Great Wall and Terracotta Warriors – travel to the southwestern province of Sichuan and then on to Shanghai to soak… Read more »