Three Tigers & Purdue

by John Norberg

Three Tigers & Purdue Synopsis

In the fall of 1999, at the close of the 20th century, there were 3,726 international students on the West Lafayette campus of Purdue University. They came from 127 countries. Three of the largest groups came from Taiwan, South Korea, and Hong Kong, continuing a tradition that has stretched throughout the century. The stories behind Purdue's long-term relationship with Taiwan, Korea, and Hong-Kong have never been told before. Three Tigers and Purdue describes that history, as told in the stories of the people who lived it.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780931682766
Publication date: 1st October 1999
Author: John Norberg
Publisher: Purdue University Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 241 pages
Categories: History,

About John Norberg

John Norberg is an Indiana Hall of Fame journalist, writer, author, humorist and a chronicler of the human condition living in Lafayette, Ind. He's also the father of three adult children and has five grandchildren to spoil.

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