RESTART YOUR REAL ASIA EXPERIENCE
Our mission is to provide the most educational and engaging Asia travel experience for our clients.
We believe that it is principally through travel that one can gain fresh perspectives and understanding in the world we live in. Our goal is to share our passion for Asia with our clients and to utilize travel as a means to deepen the understanding between us and the destinations we visit.
Business School Study Trips
Designed specifically for business schools’ faculty-led short term study trips (EMBA/ MBA).
K16 Language & Cultural Immersion
Educational trips designed to give students immersion opportunities to learn Mandarin, and explore China and Taiwan’s rich culture, history & scenery.
Livestream Virtual Tours
Remote virtual experience and engagement via livestream interactions to connect your classroom with mainland China and Taiwan.
Take an actual journey to visit Chinatowns and Asian communities in New York and San Francisco, Hawaii or Vancouver. Experience the language, culture, food, people, media, immigration, etc., all without leaving North America.
SOME OF OUR 2022 TRIPS
A group of high school students from Denver, CO went NYC to explore Chinese language and culture in America. They did so many activities in NYC, including learning Kong Zhu (空竹), community service, language practice in Flushing, and etc.
A group of 5th graders from an immersion elementary school enjoyed their adventure to Vancouver, BC. They utilized and practiced their Chinese language skills by participating in a series of language and culture activities designed by Real Asia's education specialist.
Real Asia finally ran our first international trip after being on hold for the past two years due to the global pandemic. An MBA program of 70 trip participants consisting of students, professors and their guests went to Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.
Another group of college students from Atlanta went to NYC on a customized Real Asia program to learn about Italian and Chinese immigration and culinary arts. They even made Korean waffles at a local community center.