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  • Thumbnail for St. Olaf 2003 Interim Group in Shanghai
    St. Olaf 2003 Interim Group in Shanghai

    Members of the St. Olaf 2003 Interim class, National Identity in China and Japan, posing in front of the Huangpu River and the sights of Pudong in Shanghai. Left to Right: Reclining: Max Bunge Kneeling: Andy Bernard, Brendan Eagan First Row Standing: tourguide 'Esther,' Lauren McClain, Andrea Ritland, Emily Wiedenhoeft, Sarah Rotschafer, Stephanie Johnson, Annie Woudenberg (behind--) Robert Crawford, Angie Lau, Professor Robert Entenmann, ECNU liason from Waiban (Professor--? Wu?) Back Row: Aiko Guevara, Siljie Reksnes, Phong Do, Binn Xue, Naoya Nishino, Annie Haugen, Carl Gellert

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    Meal in China

    St. Olaf student Phong Do (Class of 2005) enjoys a sweet-and-sour-fish tail in China, Interim 2003.

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    Demilitarized Zone ROK soldier

    Each Republic of Korea soldier at the Demilitarized Zone looks like the soldier shown above, standing in the more intimidating and revised version of a Judo stance. Their motto is, "Everyday we face our enemy".

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    Landscapes of Japan, 02, Weathered granodiorite, Shirasakatage.

    Weathered granodiorite, Shirasakatage. -- In mountainous terrain weathered rock material, a major component of soil, is rapidly carried away downslope. The result is soil that is thin, poor and rocky. The eroded material may be deposited along a river farther downstream producing a floodplain, or it may be carried all the way to the sea. Because most Japanese rivers and streams are short and fast moving, much of the material goes to the sea. Agriculture is difficult in the mountainous parts of Japan because of steep slopes and poor soils, and much of this land remains covered by forest.

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    Deer at Nara, 2

    Deer at Nara eating.

  • Thumbnail for Yonsei University's main gate
    Yonsei University's main gate

    The image shown is the road leading up to the main gate. This is where most of the students are seen wandering before and after classes. The library, the Global Lounge, and engineering buildings are all located here as well.

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    Yonkojun sports game

    This is the great get together between the two colleges: Korea University and Yonsei University. This is a friendly rivalry involving cheering and sports. Seoul, South Korea.

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    School Girls

    School girls take a break from studying.

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    Nap Time

    A number of middle-schoolers have trouble staying awake in class.

  • Thumbnail for Deer at Nara
    Deer at Nara

    A student feeds deer at Nara.

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    Sushi on conveyor belt

    Brendan Eagan enjoys a dinner of sushi at a "rolling sushi" restaurant (the food comes to you on a conveyer belt) with his host family in Nagasaki.

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    Farewell Party

    Several students from Nagasaki Gaidai, a sister school of St. Olaf, pose with Brendan Eagan during our last day there.

  • Thumbnail for Yonkojun festivities leader
    Yonkojun festivities leader

    When roaming the streets in the spirits of Yonkojun, one cannot take on that task alone. Joining groups of your respective major always had an Alpha that points everyone in the right direction of food. Without this person, nothing gets done. Seoul, South Korea.

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    Students Marching at West China Union University

    “In China, university students are an important political force. In a country where there is widespread illiteracy combined with a lack of a democratic tradition, young students filled with some learning and much zeal are political enthusiasts.†[70] Collective demonstrations of resolve extended to non-political activities as well. Here West China Union students march in a parade that was part of campus festivities.

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    Boys on Stairs

    A group of Japanese school boys show off for the camera.

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    Cleaning Time

    These girls aren't too busy cleaning to cheese it up for the camera.

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    Nagasaki Middle School

    A Nagasaki middle school performance of traditional dances.

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    National Identity Interim Group 2003

    Group picture of St. Olaf Students on Interim 2003 to China and Japan, posing on the Great Wall. Three Rows, Left to Right: Front, Sitting: Andrea Ritland, Bin Xue, Brian Swenson, Annie Haugen, Kou Vang First Standing Row (from blue jacket): Stephanie Johnson, Naoya Nishino, Phong Do. Back Row: Lauren McClain, Aiko Guevara, Emily Wiedenhoeft, Andy Bernard, Sam Lee, Angie Lau, Professor Heather Klopchin, Max Bunge, Brendan Eagan.

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    Tiananmen

    Demonstrators dance in Tiananmen, in high spirits even two days after the martial law declaration.

  • Thumbnail for Students Studying
    Students Studying

    Students studying in the main library at Qinghua University, Beijing.

  • Thumbnail for Sports at West China Union University
    Sports at West China Union University

    Foot races at West China Union University

  • Thumbnail for School computer classroom, middle school
    School computer classroom, middle school

    This is the computer classroom in a middle school in Japan. The computers are used to complete assignments from other classes, as well as for instruction in computer class, per se, so that the students are learning to employ computers across the curriculum.

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    Boys at School

    Three boys enjoying their time between classes.

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    Hikers

    Andy Bernard and Brendan Eagan take some time out from their hike to pose with a dormant volcano in the background.

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    St. Olaf interim 2003 students at Tiananmen

    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.'