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Charity Sale : English Movie Poster
by Hanart TZ Gallery
Location: Hanart TZ Gallery
Date: 13 Dec - 13 Dec 2008

Support TODAY!  Support the Future of Contemporary Chinese Poetry!

Date: 13 Dec 2008 (Sat)
Time: 5.30 - 7.30pm

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Today (Jintian) Magazine, Hanart TZ Gallery takes great pleasure in co-organizing the closing event with the Centre of East Asia Studies, CUHK. Veteran tenor Fan Jingma, who performed during the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, will perform together with renowned erhu player Xu Ke that night. There will also be a book launch of "Today (Jintian) Magazine (1978-1980)" in special edition, as well as "The 70s" (Qishi Niandai) published by Oxford University Press (Hong Kong).

After the closing ceremony, there will be a charity sale. Sale items include English movie posters and limited editions of poster with autographs of renowned poets and artists who participate in this event. The proceeds of sale will be used to support future publication, literature, and cultural activities organized by Today Literature Association.

About Today (Jintian):  In 1978, , Today (Jintian) Magazine, a pivotal literary journal in contemporary Chinese literature was established under the initiative of world-renowned poet Bei Dao, Mang Ke and Huang Rui. It has been considered as the pioneer in contemporary Chinese literature and art. The same year came the phenomenal “First Stars Exhibition” led by contemporary Chinese artists Huang Rui, Ai Weiwei and Wang Keping in the park adjacent to the China Art Gallery, Beijing. Since then the relationship between Today magazine and the Stars artists has been inextricably intertwined. Today is the first non-official literary journal in China ever since 1970s, and is a must-read for those who love Chinese literature and art.

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