Joint committee for events on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China
Artist unknown, creator
Chinese Americans--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Social conditions.
The black and yellow poster features two hands that are clasped and contained within a sun surrounded by sunrays and clouds.
Below the sun are two groupings of smiling men and women. The text states, "Joint Committee for events on the occasion of
the 25th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, Evening Program, Tickets available at: San Francisco, New Dawn Books,
1858 Sutter St., China Books and Periodicals, 2929 24th St., New China Bookstore, 1260 Stockton St., Everybody's Bookstore,
840 Kearny St., East Bay: Yeanan Books, 2306 Haste St., Berkeley, Peninsula: Panda Lodge, 72 E. San Fernando, San Jose, For
more information, Phone 863-0537, For more information call 863-0537, Friendship Normalization of Relations Learn about China,
U.S.-China Friendship Fair, Sat. Sept. 21 FREE, An indoor-outdoor fair featuring colorful booths, displays, and demonstrations
about life in China, including acupuncture, martial arts, cooking, education, health, the roles of women and national minorities,
economic and political life. Speeches, films, slide shows and music will also be presented. Evening Commemoration Program
Sun. Sept 29, A program of speakers, cultural presentations, contemporary film, and music, featuring: Felix Greene, noted
author and film-maker (Awakening China, Curtain of Ignorance, "China," and "One Man's China"), Obusu Sadaukai: former chairman
of African Liberation Support Committee, Malcolm X University, Ben Seaver: Friendship Movement Activist and American Friends
Service Committee, Bay Area Progressive Musicians, Masonic Auditorium at California and Taylor Streets, San Francisco, 7 PM,
Childcare will be available, Local Community events Sept. - Oct."
General Physical Description note:
17 x 22 in.
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