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Dr. Norm Moline

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Augustana students practice tai chi at Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing.
Students mix with elementary students at a school in Hua Shan Township Village outside of Wuhan, China.
Pearl Harbor survivor talks with Augustana students near the USS Arizona Memorial, located at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A group of Augustana students on the USS Russell at Pearl Harbor Naval Base.
Students, faculty and longtime local guide and friend of Augustana, Pony Hu, in front of the sign created for the Protect Yangtze River waterfront cleanup activity in Wuhan, China.
Road traffic at construction site of more high-speed rail lines at Wuhan, China.
High-speed train traveling at more than 200 mph through rural landscapes north of Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.
Sign created by Holiday Inn-Riverside in Wuhan and signed by Augustana students and faculty to highlight a special Protect Yangtze River waterfront cleanup activity.
Augustana students who are in one of the college’s choral ensembles sang two numbers, and Brad Moran played two piano pieces as a reciprocal thank-you gesture to the students and faculty at Wuhan Art School who had prepared a special program for our visiting group.
Student performers and their instructors and Augustana students and faculty at the Wuhan Art School at the conclusion of a special program prepared for our group in Wuhan, China.
Students, Dr. Marsha Smith and Dr. Norm Moline eat special “crossing bridge” noodles at the Yunnan Nationalities Museum in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China.
With the rising middle class in China, more pets are seen along city streets. This nicely outfitted dog sits on a Yi-style embroidered pillow in Lijiang, Yunnan Province.
Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (18,500 feet) as seen from Lijiang, Yunnan Province, in southwest China.
The rural area between Xi’an and Yan’an (Shaanxi Province) has converted from production of grain for local use to apples, becoming one of the top producing areas in the world. Workers box these apples for domestic use and exports, including to the United States.
Yan’an, an important small city in Communist revolutionary history, was a less developed area until the last 10 years when revenue from spectacular growth in oil production has transformed the city.
The Putuozongcheng lamaist temple in Chengde, Henan Province, China, is a mini-copy of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. Students and faculty climb to the top of this building complex.
New buildings and wide roads exemplify the incredible growth of cities throughout China.