The last three days in Xi’an have flown by! This historic city, which is southwest of Beijing in Shaanxi province, once served as imperial China’s capital as well as the eastern starting point for the Silk Road trading routes. There’s clearly a lot of history here, which I’ve tried to digest with as much gusto […]
What happens if you take a woman of Indian descent, who speaks American-accented English and Taiwanese-accented Mandarin, and ask her to travel, WildChina style, for one month? You get a lot of confused looks—that’s for sure! Who am I? My name is Anita, and I was born and raised in Taiwan. I am currently based […]
00.10 AM June 23 We landed at Chengdu Shuangliu airport. 42 days after the earthquake, 38 days after escaping from Chengdu, I’m back again. I feel especially bonded with this city. I am excited. On the plane, a lady sitting next to me asked: are you going there to help (抗震救灾)？With so many lao wai? […]
WildChina’s t-shirts arrived at Sichuan’s Mupi Tibetan Village last week. The village is located at, Pingwu county, one of the hardest hit counties from the Sichuan earthquake.
Confronted by such terrible tragedy, every little bit counts. We have decided to make a collective donation to assist with the relief efforts in Sichuan. WildChina has donated 21,906 RMB in total. The staff raised 7,302 RMB, which was matched, in equal amounts, by our Chairwoman, Mei Zhang, and our CEO, Albert Ng. The funds […]
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