Yunhe Centre was created with a vision for regenerative development for Zhonglu, Danba, a Gyalong Tibetan village in Garzê, Sichuan. Located in the Moerduo Nature Preserves and right at the foot of Moerduo sacred mountain, nature is our first and foremost teacher.
By embracing the holistic mind, body, heart learning principles, we offer programs that cultivate eco-intelligence and equip youth with visions and skills to become future glocal leaders, change-makers, and better stewards of nature.
The meaning of Yunhe 雲合 in Chinese is "Gathering of clouds". More than a school, Yunhe Centre is a communal space for both local communities and international artists, scholars, and social innovators who share the same passion for being friends with nature.
We are surrounded within a community that is largely self-sufficient. Most of the agricultural seeds are saved and replanted each year. We source some of our food and fruits from our village, and most of our vegetables from local Danba region.
In place, without boundaries...
Learning is a life-long process, and it should be inclusive.
Yunhe Centre is building an integrated learning system that cultivates understanding and transformation for both inner and outer ecology, connects ancient wisdom with modern innovation, nurtures global and local leadership.
We welcome all to join us, either with a passion for learning from nature, connecting to the world, or exploring the inner self.
Our eco-learning centres are within communities at the interface between man and nature.
There's no limitation to the forms of learning space, either on a navigating boat or within a back yak tent, surrounding sacred fires, or anywhere under the night sky. Learning should be beyond age and culture, rooted in place, in service of life.