If you’ve been in Beijing during the Chinese New Year festivities, you know that after a few days of consuming delicious traditional New Year dishes, one must visit a temple fair, or miao hui. My first reaction to the Ditan Park fair was complete sensory overload. From the moment I entered Ditan Park’s south […]
WildChina’s Beijing office will be closed from Saturday, February 13 to Friday, February 19 in celebration of Chinese New Year. Normal business hours will resume on Saturday, February 20. During this time, please contact Anita Narayan (email@example.com) in our US office with any inquiries. We wish our clients, partners, family and friends a happy […]
Xinhua news agency has reported that, in light of the upcoming Chinese New Year on February 14th, that those in China reduce travel to avoid the spread of H1N1 flu. Read the full article on the health advisory here. ——– Want more information on H1N1 and health in China? Contact WildChina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Year of the Tiger is less than a month away – it occurs on February 14th – and there will be numerous celebrations across China to ring in the new year. At such a festive time for Chinese citizens, travel and safety naturally becomes a much greater concern. Large numbers of travelers, crowded attractions […]
In celebration of Chinese New Year, the Forbidden City (also known as the Palace Museum) will have reduced hours on Sunday, January 25 and Monday, January 26. Sunday, January 25 Opening Time: 8:30 am Last Tickets Sold: 11:00 am Doors Closed: 11:10 am Museum Closed: 12:00 noon Monday, January 26 Opening Time: 12:00 noon Last […]
Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and while it’s one of our favorite times of year, it can also be an overwhelming time to travel. With a majority of Chinese citizens off of work and traveling with or to see their families, it takes a bit of planning and preparation to make sure your holiday […]
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