Chinese Engineer Completes Internship in U.S.

Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1982, Vol. 52, Issue 8, Pg. 66-67

Document Type: Feature article


As part of a growing dialog between the People's Republic of China and the United States—and following the visit of an ASCE delegation to China in 1979—it was proposed that a number of Chinese civil engineers spend a year in this country learning U.S. approaches to engineering practice. First to arrive was Shao-Ming Huang, who recently completed a one-year internship with a Montana testing and geotechnical firm. Here is what he learned as told by Huang and his employer Lee Walker of National Testing Laboratories.

Subject Headings: Laboratory tests | Engineering profession | Engineering education | Geotechnical engineering | China | Asia | Montana | United States

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