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In this article I want to describe to you the process of finding a good job here with the help of Jan Abbey, an anthropologist and current teacher here in the province. At the end, you will have the chance to sign up for an exclusive newsletter that will send out alerts to job openings throughout the year.Read More ▸
The pollution in and around Urumqi Xinjiang is getting about as bad as any other major city in China. The thought of any sort of exercise – whether that’s running, basketball or any other sport – just doesn’t feel like a good idea. So when the opportunity to join some Uyghur locals to hike the Tian Shan mountains that surround Xinjiang’s capital, I was thrilled.Read More ▸
Last week, Burger King opened its first restaurant in Urumqi, Xinjiang not far from Hong Shan Park. That may not seem like a big deal to you, but here in Xinjiang the buzz has been pretty big.Read More ▸
It seems more appropriate to say that Kazakh sport of Buzkashi is what English polo might look like if it was played in prison.Read More ▸
When it comes to the beautiful Xinjiang landscape, even a simple camera can produce the most beautiful photographs.Read More ▸
五彩滩. Spelled out in pinyin it’s “Wucaitan”, which has been translated as either “Rainbow Beach” or “Five-Colored Hills”. Although normally dwarfed by Kanas Lake, it’s popular neighbor further north, this scenic Xinjiang gem is worth a second glance…if not a visit.Read More ▸
When the original caravans blazed new trails through the Silk Road in Xinjiang, I doubt many experienced the adrenaline rush that a few new trailblazers are finding.Read More ▸
For those who love hiking, camping and everything having to do with the “great outdoors”, there is no better place than Xinjiang, China.Read More ▸
You would imagine that Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong or one of many other cities might top China’s list of richest cities. But you’d be wrong. China’s richest city is in a place you would least expect…in Xinjiang. In a Desert.Read More ▸
For most people who travel to Xinjiang and around China, there are two concerns that direct how they plan their entire journey: time and money. There’s not much I can do about your time, but what if I could help you with Xinjiang budget travel by giving you some simple yet very effective ways to […]Read More ▸