Browse Category: Journey to China

Tips for Avoiding Altitude Sickness 10/2017

In Tibet, “the Roof of the World”, Lhasa is one of the most beautiful cities on earth. At an elevation of 3,650 meters above sea level (11,975 feet), it’s also one of the highest. While most visitors to Tibet aren’t planning on climbing Mt. Everest, the altitude alone is enough to knock you on your […]

FAQs on China Travel and H1N1 10/2017

It can be really difficult to separate fact from rumor when it comes to China travel and H1N1. Based on our experience, talks with officials, and research, here’s what we know about traveling to China and the H1N1 flu. Please keep in mind that all statements below are to the best of our knowledge and […]

WildChina in the Travel Green Guide 10/2017

TIES, The International Ecotourism Society, just released their 2009 Travel Green Guide. Perfect for travelers looking for an environmentally friendly vacation in every corner of the world, this easy has-it-all  source will connect you to ecolodges in Africa, rafting operators in the Pacific Northwest, and companies like WildChina (pg 87). You can download the whole […]

Dunhuang – Silk Road 10/2017

This is the third day of our Silk Road trip. “So far, it’s been so wonderful.” said one of our guests. Xinjiang Our trip started in Xi’an, the starting point of the Silk Road. After changing our flight at Lanzhou, a jumping-off point on the ancient Silk Road, now we’re at Dunhuang, a key trading […]

A Year After Sichuan, Reflections 10/2017

May is a special month for me. May 10th is Mother’s Day. I appreciate my Mom, who is the greatest person in the world, gives me life and helps me to know the beautiful world. May 11th is my birthday. I appreciate the life I’m living and the people around me. May 12th is a […]

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