Asia-Pacific War Crimes Trials poster

University of Liverpool Confucius Institute (LCI) Chinese Film Festival 2022

4:00pm - 6:00pm / Friday 18th November 2022
Type: Other / Category: Department / Series: Confucius Institute
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A special screening of: Asia-Pacific War Crimes Trials

The film outlines the sinking of the Japanese cargo ship, the Lisbon Maru, which resulted in over 1000 allied POW deaths, and the subsequent war crimes trials which followed.

Time: 16:00
Date: Friday 18 November
Location: The Box at FACT Liverpool, 88 Wood St, Liverpool L1 4DQ

This event is held in partnership with UK-China Film Collab.Book now through the online store..

The University of Liverpool Confucius Institute (LCI) Chinese Film Festival had its inaugural year in 2021, in partnership with UK-China Film Collab.

Beginning in 2009, the Liverpool Confucius Institute (LCI) is a collaborative project between the University of Liverpool (UoL), Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU) and the Chinese International Education Foundation. The LCI is committed to working with UoL, XJTU, local Liverpool and Merseyside councils, cultural organisations, schools and the public for the promotion of Chinese language and culture.

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