Association For Preserving Historical Accuracy Of Foreign Invasions In China
“To forget a Holocaust is to kill twice”. Elie Wiesel
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Nanking Massacre, when the Japanese Imperial Army brutally raped, tortured and murdered more than 300,000 Chinese people. Horrific in intensity and scale, this atrocity remains relatively obscure in public awareness, while the memories and legacies of this history are alive today and continue to have a profound impact.
“Torn Memories of Nanking” – a documentary film with interviews of ex-Japanese soldiers and Chinese victims during WWII
Ms. Matsuoka Tamaki （松岡 環）, a Japanese producer/director, on “Why I
investigated both ex-soldiers and victims during Nanjing massacre”
Professor Lei Guang (光磊), IRPS,UCSD on ‘History Memories and China -Japan
Mr. Daming Lee (李大明) on DiaoYu islands Issues
Refreshments will be served. Public is welcome.
Price Center Theater
University of California San Diego
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92037 (click for Map)
Parking is free on the weekend, except for reserved parking spaces.
December 1, 2012, Saturday, 12:30PM – 4:30 PM
Co-sponsors: Chinese Students and Scholars Association, US-China People Friendship Association, San Diego Chinese Art and Culture Association, San Diego Historical Society and Museum, and House of China.
For further information, please contact Lilin Wang 858-246-6165 email@example.com
Board of Directors: Jack Meng, Michael P. Lee, Lilin Wang, Alex Chuang, Mary Lee, David Hu, Camellia Yeqing Chen, Ronghui (Lily) Xu and Nancy Lo.