WildChina Offers Exciting Tours to Anhui, China

The New York Times recently featured a great story entitled, “In Anhui, China, Centuries-Old Charm“, detailing how this area, just 250 miles west of Shanghai,  has remained largely untouched since the late Ming and early Qing dynasties and is being embraced by young artists and entrepreneurs with a sense of pride. WildChina, the award-winning sustainable travel company, offers a...
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Harvard Business Review names WildChina “a leader in its field”

WildChina, a China adventure travel company, has been named a “leader in its field” by Harvard Business Review. “Forced to Shut-Down”, an article in the May 2011 edition of HBR, follows the story of Zhang Mei, Chinese travel entrepreneur and founder of WildChina, and what she “learned from the SARS crisis and its aftermath.” As told by Alison Beard, author of the Harvard Business Review article...
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WildChina Family Travel Tour featured in Financial Times

WildChina’s kung fu travel family vacation trip was recently featured in a Financial Times article about family-friendly travel to China. In her April 8, 2011 article, “Where the Kids Can Run Wild,” Sophy Roberts writes, “WildChina is considered one of the best specialists for immersive tours of this vast country. Family-focused itineraries include a 13-day trip especially designed for kids aged...
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Financial Times features WildChina and Guizhou travel

The Financial Times features a WildChina tour of Guizhou province, a pocket of historical tradition in China. Guizhou travel hardly resembles typical China tourism. Rather, the area serves as a cultural haven for visitors interested in discovering off-the-beaten-path China. However, given China’s rapid economic development, the current way of life in the Guizhou province may disappear...
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TravelAgeWest.com features China photography tour by WildChina

WildChina’s travel photography tour with British photographer Sean Gallagher is featured on TravelAgeWest.com. The trip has a departure date of Oct. 1 and will last eight days. During this China photography tour of the Silk Road, Gallagher will hold workshops with travelers to improve their understanding and skills in areas such as landscape, portrait, and time-lapse photography. In...
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