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Chinese Double Wedding, December 1941

Chinese Double Wedding, December 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1941
Caption
TWO CHINESE COUPLES MARRIED HERE: An unusual double wedding was performed here when two Chinese couples were married at the First Methodist church yesterday afternoon. The couples are David Yueh-Huan Liang and Joan Kui-Tsai Lee (left), and Victoria Yuen-Yueh Kiang and Dr. Ya-To Mok (right).

410 From Foreign Nations On Campus

410 From Foreign Nations On Campus image
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Day
3
Month
July
Year
1946
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UM International Students Prepare For A Shopping Trip, September 1, 1974

UM International Students Prepare For A Shopping Trip, September 1, 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1974
Caption
One of the most popular of the services offered to arriving foreign students by Volunteers for International Hospitality (VIHP) is a tour of area shopping centers where they can purchase cooking utensils, bedding and other items they need to set up housekeeping. Conducting some of these tours for the last two years have been Wasseem Malik, left foreground, and Shadid Loldhi, right, both doctoral candidates in pharmacy from Pakistan, who volunteered their services at arrival time after pleasant experiences with VIHP host families.

Students Build A Snow Woman In Front Of The International Cultural Exchange Building, December 19, 1973

Students Build A Snow Woman In Front Of The International Cultural Exchange Building, December 19, 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1969
Caption
An international snow woman with flags of more than 50 countries pinned to her skirt gets a final pat from Jose Barbera (left) of Madrid, Spain, who never before had seen snow before coming to Ann Arbor as an exchange student. Two other high school students who never had seen snow before leaving their native countries are Ignacia Almeida (center) of Quito, Ecuador, and Christiane Thielcke of West Berlin. They built the international snow person in front of the International Cultural Exchange, 290 S. Wagner Rd., Scio Township.