Sustainable Travel

mid autumn festival in taiwan

How People Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival in Taiwan

When did the bright moon first appear? One raises a cup and asks the blue sky. One does not know, in the celestial palaces, what year it is this evening.  — Su Shi – Water...
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Botanical Adventures in Gansu: Field Notes from Our Education Team

At WildChina Education, many of our experiential learning programs revolve around nature – whether that is environmental service, wilderness survival, kayaking down rivers, or hikes and bike rides through beautiful landscapes. However, we don’t just...
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Sustainability Themed School Trips & World Sustainable Energy Days 2022: WildChina’s Best Practice in Shandong Province

World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED) is one of the largest annual conferences on climate neutrality and energy transition in Europe. This year, the WSED will take place in Wels, Austria on 5-8 April.
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Educational Travel

Duke of Edinburgh: Reviewing an Exciting Program

Since the Duke of Edinburgh’s (DofE) inception in 1956, the program is valued by countries all around the world for equipping youths with important life skills that they can apply in their journey towards adulthood.
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Team Building

School Trips in Shanghai: 8 Destination Ideas for Outdoor Education

I was constantly commiserating with schoolteachers in Shanghai last year about the lack of ‘The Great Outdoors’ type of programs within the city limits.  If you’re a teacher in Beijing planning an outdoor education trip...
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Schools in China: Running Residentials Closer to Home

The annual school residentials are one of the highlights of being a student at most international and bilingual nternational and bilingual Schools in China . These weeks away to far-flung destination give students the opportunity...
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UNSDG Summer Program

Former United Nations Under-Secretary-General added to the lineup of next week’s UNSDGs Beijing Summer Camp

Former United Nations Under-Secretary-General to share experiences with students at Summer Camp It is not every day that you get the opportunity to speak to a former United Nations Under-Secretary-General. That is unless you are...
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The New “Safe Travels” Stamp: What it Means at WildChina

“The World Travel and Tourism Council’s seal of approval helps identify destinations and businesses that have adopted a new set of global safety and hygiene protocols.” – AFAR The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), along...
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Man enjoying his tea

The Road Less Traveled: Our Journey into Sustainable Tourism

According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, sustainable tourism is defined as “tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry,...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

Earth Day: Track pandas and monkeys as part of new conservation efforts

Featured Image by Aaron Berkovich, WildChina Explorer Grant Applicant 2016. 49 years ago, Earth Day was established as a worldwide event to recognize the importance of political action and civic participation in protecting our world from...
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