Amy Sanders ’12

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Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (almost 18,500 feet elevation) by Lijiang in Yunnan Province. This mountain at the east end of the Himalayan Mountains has the southernmost glacier in the northern hemisphere.
Gnoshing panda at the Giant Panda Research Center in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, where 1991 Augustana graduate Sarah Bexell is the director of communication and conservation education.
A peaceful late afternoon by the lake at the Q'ing Dynasty summer palace in Chengde, Hebei Province, China.
Brad Moran, Eileen Andrews, Phil Litchfield, Nick Rajsky, Audrey Waner and Amy Sanders on the Great Wall at the Jin Shan Ling section south of Chengde.
Student feeds a sacred deer at Miyajima Island in Japan.
Amy Sanders hangs origami cranes at the Peace Park in Hiroshima, Japan. The cranes, folded by Augustana students, had hung in the Tredway Library last year.
Special traditional Japanese meal at Tobe, Shikoku Island, Japan. The Japanese emphasize colorful presentation of their meals. Students visited the place where Tobe ware (the blue and white dishes in the photo) is produced; each student made her/his own Tobe cup.
Dr. Norm Moline, Amy Sanders, Phil Litchfield, Adam Slaker and Michelle Anderson at the Yeiliu National Scenic area on the north coast of Taiwan.
Woman does Tai Chi with a fan at Kung Fu Corner in Kowloon Park in Hong Kong.