Photo Essay: SAISers on Academic Trips

During spring break, three groups of SAIS students went to Nepal, China and Japan respectively for academic research and cultural experience.

During their trip to Nepal, SAISers had a meeting with International Office of Migration. (Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel)

Swayambhunath the Monkey Temple

Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel
Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel
Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel
Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel
Photo courtesy: Katherina Prügel
Some European Studies concentrators went on an academic trip to Beijing and Shanghai. (Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena)
Some European Studies concentrators went on an academic trip to Beijing and Shanghai. (Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena)
Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena
Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena
Professor Bruce Parrott (Russian/Eurasian studies, trip leader) and members of the group look on a steel plates are produced at Baosteel in Shanghai. (Photo credit: Sam Rizzo)
Professor Bruce Parrott (Russian/Eurasian studies, trip leader) and members of the group look on a steel plates are produced at Baosteel in Shanghai. (Photo credit: Sam Rizzo)
Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena
Photo courtesy: Tetyana Ivanishena
During the past spring break, a group of SAISers went to Tokyo for research. Photo courtesy: Christopher Crachiola
Photo courtesy: Christopher Crachiola
Photo courtesy: Christopher Crachiola
First-year MA Candidate at SAIS Washington Aijia Liu went to visit the controversial Yasukuni Shrine. (Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu)
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Aijia Liu
Photo courtesy: Christopher Crachiola