Photo of a man with a cart in the interior of a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, Yonghegong, Beijing.
Illustration showing American and English soldiers climbing the walls of Beijing.
Photograph of the tower at old entrance to the Forbidden City in Beijing.
Picture of one of two bronze lions in the Forbidden City.
Black & white photo of the entrance to a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Beijing.
Tiananmen with Mao's portrait and soldiers on guard duty.
Photograph of series of white stone gates behind the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest, Temple of Heaven, Beijing.
A red, three-wheeled modern rickshaw advertising McDonald's in bright yellow characters and "M"s.
Photo of the Hall for Prayer for Good Harvest, part of the Temple of Heaven complex in Beijing.
One of two bronze lions standing guard in Beijing's Forbidden City.
Demonstrators dance in Tiananmen, in high spirits even two days after the martial law declaration.
View of the hills of the Summer Palace in Beijing, once inhabited by the imperial family.
Confucian statue, found in the Confucian temple directly across from a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Beijing.
Cover illustration from the book "China Can Say No--Political and Emotional Choices for the Post Cold War Era," by Song Qiang, Zhang Zangzang and Qiao Ban. The inscription across the top reads: "When China says no, it's not for the purpose of seeking conflict, but in order to speak on a more equal footing."
Photograph of crane statue in Forbidden City complex, Beijing.
The men from St. Olaf's 2003 National Identity in China and Japan class, at Tiananmen Square. Two rows, left to right: Front: Kou Vang, Carl Gellert, Robert Crawford, Naoya Nishino, Bin Xue, Phong Do Back: Brendan Eagan, Andy Bernard, Professor Bob Entenmann, Sam Lee, Max Bunge, tourguide 'Henry.'
Following a longstanding tradition, the women from St. Olaf's 2003 Interim class, National Identity in China and Japan pose at Tiananmen in Beijing. Two rows, left to right: Sitting row: Emily Wiedenhoeft, Andrea Ritland, Aiko Guevara, Annie Woudenberg. Standing Row: Professor Heather Klopchin, Angie Lau, Lauren McClain, Silje Reksnes, Sarah Rotschafer, Stephanie Johnson, Annie Haugen.
An illustration of the Soviet Pavilion in Beijing. Smiling spectators point at the doves circling the pinnacle of the tower in the center.