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China Expat Anthology, UNSAVORY ELEMENTS, Book Reading and Panel Discussion at The Bookworm Beijing
On Tuesday May 21, 7:30pm, at Beijing’s The Bookworm, join editor Tom Carter, publisher Graham Earnshaw and author Aminta Arrington, along with special guest Dominic Johnson-Hill, to discuss their new anthology book, UNSAVORY ELEMENTS, an unprecedented collection of original, true stories commissioned from 28 renowned Western writers about their experiences living in China.
The Bookworm Beijing, Building 4, Nan Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027, P.R China Tel: (010) 6586 9507
Earnshaw Books is a Shanghai and Hong Kong-based publishing house specializing in English-language books about China. Earnshaw Books was founded in 2007 by CEO Graham Earnshaw. First concentrating in reprinting old Chinese classics, Earnshaw Books has expanded to include original works covering topics on Chinese history and contemporary culture.
Hi guys, I'm new here, does this group have regular activities? Also any of you work/live near Tsinghua University?
Nice to meet you guys here...
Invitation: Documentary Film Screening, April 19 (FREE) (No Cost)
FLYING TIGERS MADE LIFELONG FRIENDS
A Chinese Journalist and His American Friends (English Version)
Date/Time: April 19, 2013, 7:00 - 9:00p.m.
Venue: Columbia Global Centers (East Asia) in Beijing
1st floor Conference Room No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District, Beijing
哥伦比亚大学全球中心 | 东亚, 1层会议厅
7:00-8:30p.m. Film Screening
8:30-9:00p.m. Comments & Free Discussion
Mr. David Chen, producer of this documentary
Mr. Yan Zhang, Chinese journalist and the main character
INTRODUCTION: This documentary:
It tells the joys and sorrows of a Chinese journalist, Zhang Yan, now 91, and his legendary story for more than half a century;
It is also the moving stories of the friendship between this Chinese reporter and his American friends in the last 60 years, especially those from the Flying Tigers.
To make this documentary, we have been tracing and following the experience and stories of this journalist, his family and American friends in China and the US as long as 10 years and more. And for making this documentary we have been flying between New York and Beijing for more than 30 times!
for more information: www.uschinavision.com.
Defu (David) Chen
Producer/ Director of this documentary
President, US-China Cultural Exchange Society
email@example.com 010 82483997
Please RSVP to http://filmshowapril19.eventbrite.com/# (NO COST)
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See you at this documentary screening!
EVENTS: BOOK SWAP AND MEET-UPHi Guys, I have just moved here from Shanghai and would like to meet some book loving people and share some thoughts together. I will use my spacious apartment on Andingmen Nei Dajie to host a book-swap meeting.(15-20 people) The location is also very close to Fangjia Hutong, where people can go for a drink later if they like. :)It will start from 8pm on Tuesday, bring book to swap and something to drink. Please rsvp with me through Jackfixer@gmail.com. Hope to see you here!
Hi, Sophie, Nice to meet you last Friday night. You are an expert in reading books, so would you like to share with me?
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