Announcement of free film screening

In conjunction with “Rethinking the Chinese Revolution: 1911 in Global Perspective: A Conference in Commemoration of the 1911 Revolution”, a public conference being sponsored by Center for Chinese Studies, with major support from the Confucius Institute at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, March 28–30, 2011. (about which more later), CCS/CI-UHM is pleased to sponsor the screening of the film “Autumn Gem (秋瑾): A Documentary on China’s First Feminist.” The film is about “China’s first female martyr for China’s 1911 revolution.”

Date: March 29
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: Art Auditorium (Art Building Room 132), UH Mānoa
Free admission.

Additional screenings will take place on March 30 and April 1 at Hawaii Pacific University. California filmmakers Rae Chang and Adam Tow will be present at each of the screenings.

Please click here to download the press release from UH Mānoa.