Could any of these be the Chinese answer to roast turkey? As people across the United States tuck in their chairs to a delicious dinner this Thanksgiving, we take a look some of the most delicious meals you can find in China. Source: Yinan Chen We know Thanksgiving isn’t really about the food, right? It’s… Read more »
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Posts Categorized: Holidays and Festivals
Guizhou is home to one of China’s largest ethnic minority populations, and throughout the year these vibrant communities celebrate their traditions with vivid and inspiring festivals. We’ve brought together a calendar of Guizhou festivals so you can get in on the action. – Every year visitors from China and around the world make the journey to… Read more »
Step into the ghastly past of the world’s oldest civilization and get acquainted with places that will chill you to the bone. These are the most haunted places in China. – With over 5,000 years of history, China’s bound to have a few ghosts waiting in the nooks and crannies. From the wiles of eunuchs in… Read more »
Harbin’s International Ice Festival draws in tourists from around the world, but this mystical city is worth more than just a day trip. If you stay just a little while longer, you’ll be privy to a whole host of wonderful experiences to complement your frosty voyage to the North. – The capital of China’s northernmost… Read more »
China in winter is home to many unexpected cold weather wonderlands. Instead of getting the winter blues this year, embrace the season and enjoy unique experiences that rival any of those you could have in the warmer months. – For most travelers, winter might not be the preferred time to visit the Middle Kingdom. But, be that as… Read more »
Looking for a little romance in the Middle Kingdom? We’ve compiled a list of the four best places to take your sweetheart on Chinese Valentine’s Day (Qixi Festival) — via China Daily Chinese mythology tells of how a humble cowherd fell in a love with a beautiful weaver girl. Despite their difference in status they lived… Read more »
With 2014 drawing to a close, it is time to both reflect on the past and look toward the future. New year’s is a time to make resolutions, set new goals, and perhaps start afresh. No matter what your resolutions or goals, they probably share the common themes of revitalization and inspiration. On that note,… Read more »
Today is the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar, which mean something very significant in China: it’s time for 端午节 (Duān Wǔ Jié), the Dragon Boat Festival! The Dragon Boat Festival is one of China’s oldest and most celebrated holidays, dating back over 2000 years. There are many stories surrounding its… Read more »
WildChina Beijing offices are closed on Friday, April 5th for Qingming Festival! Read on to learn more about this Chinese holiday… Iridescent-hued kites shaped like characters from popular Chinese Opera plays adorn the clear skies. Willow branches hang from the windows of your favorite local jiaozi eatery. With origins dating back more than 2,500 years… Read more »
Depending on what city you are in, New Year’s Eve can take on a lot of different shapes. You can watch the ball drop in New York City, join the New Year’s day parade in London, or watch a Tostito chip drop if you are in Tempe, Arizona. While all of these may be impressive,… Read more »