There are 55 officially recognized ethnic minorities in China, although you might not notice if you only stay in big cities like Beijing or Shanghai. If you really want to get a taste of the diverse peoples who make up China, you should journey to the outermost reaches of China’s borders: Xinjiang. Where else in […]
So you’ve tried Chinese food from all over the country – Beijing’s famous street snacks, dim sum from Shanghai, hotpot from Sichuan, perhaps even Yunnanese cheese. But have you ever sampled Xinjiang cuisine? Never fear, WildChina is about to give you a 6-dish tour of Xinjiang, China’s next biggest foodie destination. On one of our many Silk […]
Even for the seasoned China traveler, the ancient Silk Road regions are a place of mystery and surprise. Past civilizations and modern countries have left layer upon layer of cultural influences in this crossroads of global trade. It’s a world that’s hard to define and hard to place.
A demonstration in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, turned violent on Sunday, July 5, 2009, with demonstrators attacking passers-by and setting vehicles on fire. Chinese media reports that at least 150 people were killed and over 1,000 injured. According to China Daily, internet access in most of Urumqi has been disabled […]
Ready for your
Back to top