He who fails to reach the Great Wall is not a man.
— An old Chinese Saying
Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Architecture, University of Utah
Windy Zhao grew up in Beijing and came the United States in 2000 to study architecture at the graduate level. Windy has a great passion in architecture and travel. She has almost 20 years of experience in studying Chinese vernacular architecture both in China and in the U.S., and she has traveled to many different parts of rural China while conducting her research. Windy is also a licensed architect in the United States and has taught in many institutions in both China and in the United States, during which she led various kinds of study tours in China. During the most recent trip, Windy took a group of graduate students from the University of Utah for an 11-day trip to rural Yunnan Province, China. As many students commented, this eye-opening trip was the highlight of their entire college education, during which they not only had a blast, but also learned many aspects of Chinese culture.
Double Occupancy: $5300
Single Supplement: $700
Airfare is not included.
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