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51 Tiananmen Square massacre still sensitive subject 10 years later
Public Relations News Release 1998:403, p.1
5/27/1999 Ten years ago, troops fired on demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square and killed several hundred protestors. Charles Holcombe discusses the impact this event has had on Chinese society.
52 President of farming organization to speak Sunday
Northern Iowan 95:55, p.2
4/30/1999 Professional Farmers of America president Dan Manternach will speak May 2 at the UNI Museum on grain situation in China.
53 Celebrating the Chinese New Year
Public Relations News Release 1998:249, p.1
2/15/1999 February 16 marks the first day of the Chinese year 4697. Siqin Yang, graduate student, will discuss traditions for the new year.
54 Evaluating President Clinton's China trip
Public Relations News Release 1997:392, p.1
7/2/1998 Professor Charles Holcombe evaluates President Clinton's trip to China.
55 Ring in the New Year: the Chinese New Year
Public Relations News Release 1997:189, p.1
1/22/1998 UNI professor of marketing Paul Chao will discuss the meaning of the Chinese New Year.
56 China shifts from military to economic strategy to regain Taiwan
Public Relations News Release 1997:87, p.1
10/23/1997 UNI Associate Professor of Political Science Taifa Yu reports on Taiwan's growing dependence on China.
57 Hong Kong in transition: an inside view
Public Relations News Release 1997:5, p.1
8/21/1997 UNI Professor of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services Don DeGraaf will report on his experience in Hong Kong while the country was moving from British rule to Chinese control.
58 Outlook gives students different view of their world
Northern Iowan 93:61, p.2
7/25/1997 Students from Taiwan visited UNI to learn about the environment in Outlook Taiwan.
59 Will Hong Kong survive?
Northern Iowan 93:60, p.4
7/18/1997 Comments on Hong Kong returning to China.
60 It's official: Hong Kong is once again part of China
Public Relations News Release 1996:454, p.1
6/20/1997 Professor Mills talks about the effects Hong Kong will have on China.
61 Hong Kong residents cautiously optimistic about rejoining China
Public Relations News Release 1996:448, p.1
6/18/1997 Professor Mills talks about the effect on Hong Kong residents joining China.
62 Washington, Pres. Clinton ignore genocide to make quick buck
Northern Iowan 93:54, p.6
4/29/1997 Comments on Most Favored Nation status of China despite its relationship with Tibet.
63 Teaching the Chinese how to unwind
Public Relations News Release 1996:190, p.1
12/9/1996 Christopher Edginton has been asked to teach the Chinese about the progression of of the leisure industry in the United States.
64 Even you can see the Great Wall
Sprague--Ivy A. (Class of 2000)
Northern Iowan 93:23, p.8
11/19/1996 Students can earn three credits studying in China between the spring and summer semesters.
65 The future of Hong Kong under Chinese rule
Public Relations News Release 1996:68, p.1
9/30/1996 Geofrey Mills provides his insights on Hong Kong.
66 When was the last time you applauded your teacher?
Public Relations News Release 1995:481, p.1
8/12/1996 Mohammed Rawwas reflects on his experiences from teaching at Hebei Teachers University in China.
67 Women's Liberation in China brought to UNI
Northern Iowan 92:42, p.6
3/8/1996 Catherine Farris delivers lecture; photo.
68 Bringing home Beijing
Northern Iowa Today 79:2, p.21
1/1/1996 Professors Koch and De Francisco report on Women's Conference in China.
69 College of Education receives prestigious award
Northern Iowa Today 79:2, p.20
1/1/1996 AACTE gives 1995-1996 Distinguished Award in International Education.
70 Li Lu conveys feelings of hope, fear about Tiananmen Square massacre
Northern Iowan 92:6, p.11
9/15/1995 Li Lu describes his experiences in campus appearance; photo.
71 Destination: Beijing; two UNI professors set to attend women's conference in China
Campus News Network 5:22, p.1
8/21/1995 Victoria De Francisco and Susan Koch will attend the United Nations Conference and NGO Forum on Women '95 in Beijing, China; photo.
72 What's up
Northern Iowan 91:46, p.3
3/14/1995 Meetings and activities to be held.
73 Ty and Linh go to China
Wilkinson--William J. (Class of 1995)
Northern Edition 3:6, p.14
2/22/1995 Two UNI students, Linh Tran and Ty Vo, visit China.
74 Chinese students prepare for Year of Pig, Lunar New Year
Loy--Catherine P. (Class of 1997)
Northern Iowan 91:35, p.8
2/3/1995 Students talk about customs.
75 Professor goes to China
Northern Edition 2:25, p.4
10/26/1994 Mingshui Cai will serve in children's literature and language program in China.
76 We have no right to enforce Western beliefs on China
Williams--Jonathan (Class of 1996)
Northern Iowan 90:38, p.6
2/18/1994 Should not revoke trade status of China.
77 Leach proves MFN won't make China change
Northern Iowan 90:36, p.7
2/11/1994 Believes columnist exaggerated effects of Most Favored Nation status for China.
78 China, little kids counting on Clinton for MFN
Leach--James R. (Student--1990-1994)
Northern Iowan 90:34, p.4
2/4/1994 Thinks China should receive enhanced trade status.
79 Precious place: minority costumes and textiles of Guizhou, China
Northern Iowa Today 77:2, p.25
1/1/1994 Display at UNI Museum; photo.
80 Exhibit showcases Chinese artistry
Williams--Jonathan (Class of 1996)
Northern Iowan 90:4, p.17
9/10/1993 Description of new exhibit; photo.
81 UNI faculty venture abroad
Northern Iowan 90:4, p.6
9/10/1993 Group teaches English in China.
82 Minority costumes and textiles of China focus of museum exhibit at University of Northern Iowa beginning Sept. 1
Northern Iowan 1993:15, p.1
8/25/1993 Exhibit entitled "Precious Place: Minority Costumes and Textiles of Guizhou China."
83 Art exhibit and demonstrations by visiting professor
Northern Iowan 89:59, p.5
6/18/1993 Zhou Zheng, Dean of Fine Arts in Xian, China, exhibits work; photo.
84 Unique opportunities for international education and understanding offered through University of Northern Iowa program in China
Public Relations News Release 1992:653, p.1
5/13/1993 UNI offers students and professionals the opportunity to live and study in China.
85 UNI faculty, programs have global impact
Northern Iowa Today 21:1, p.Insert 4
3/1/1993 Survey of work in Slovakia, Bulgaria, and China
86 Oh, the places you'll see; UNI offers students worldwide experiences
Calhoun--Katherine Treloar
Northern Iowa Today 76:2, p.10
1/1/1993 Interviews with students who have studied abroad; photo.
87 Program in China
Campus News Network 3:6, p.2
11/16/1992 Students will study language and culture in China.
88 UNI offers chance to live and study in China
Northern Iowan 89:21, p.6
11/10/1992 Opportunity to study at Guanxi University.
89 Semester of study in China available through University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:231, p.1
11/19/1991 Specifics revealed for semester of study in China for up to twenty-four students from a consortium of five colleges, including UNI.
90 Chinese dissident to speak at University of Northern Iowa Monday (September 16) during Diversity Week
Public Relations News Release 1991:45, p.1
9/9/1991 Chen Jun, a Chinese dissident, will speak at UNI.
91 The big bang began in China--fireworks
Public Relations News Release 1990:637, p.1
7/1/1991 The Chinese are credited with inventing fireworks.
92 Democracy vs. communism in Deng Xiaoping's China is subject of history lecture Wednesday (April 17) at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:474, p.1
4/9/1991 Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping will be the subject of a history lecture at UNI.
93 University continues commitment to international programs
Northern Iowa Today 19:1, p.4
3/1/1991 Robert Leestamper named assistant vice president for international programs; photo.
94 UNI faculty attend conference in China
Northern Iowan 87:1, p.11
8/31/1990 Thomas Switzer, Anne Federlein, Richard Zehrbach, and Michael Waggoner attended the Fourth Annual Conference of the USA/China Teacher Education Consortium in China recently.
95 Chinese want more rights; professor speaks on riots
Northern Iowan 86:38, p.1
2/16/1990 Hongjin Kang speaks on recent events in China.
96 Chinese scholar to speak on University of Northern Iowa campus Feb. 13.
Public Relations News Release 1989:385, p.1
2/6/1990 Hongjin Kang will address "Recent Political, Social and Economic Events in the People's Republic of China and Their Impact on Students." She served as a China resource speaker, in 1984, and UNI sponsored her visits as well to the University of Iowa.
97 Remembering the hope of Tiananmen Square--Vajpeyi's reflections on a sojourn in China
Northern Iowa Today 73:2, p.34
1/1/1990 Professor Vajpeyi's reactions to incidents he witnessed while teaching in China.
98 Opportunities in the Orient
Northern Iowa Today 17:2, p.12
9/1/1989 Five Chinese educators survey schools in northeast Iowa.
99 Teaching in Taiwan rewarding; for UNI student..
Northern Iowan 85:64, p.3
7/21/1989 Ryan Siskow talks about his experience; photo.
100 UNI professor returns with feeling of defeat
Northern Iowan 85:62, p.3
7/7/1989 Professor Vajpeyi talks about his experience of teaching in China.


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