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Dolores
Movie screening followed by Skype Q&A with Dolores Huerta

Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized. Dolores tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice alongside Chavez, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century—and she continues the fight to this day, at 88.

19 April 2018 (Thu), 7:00 pm  (6:30 pm reception)
CPD-LG.18, Jockey Club Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

Symposium on Sexual Violence in Asia

With regional and international experts in the field to share experience and latest information on pushing forward one-stop sexual violence support service, and advocacy in policy reform. https://www.svinasia.com/
Date
1st & 2nd June 2018 (Friday & Saturday) 
Time
9 am to 6 pm
Venue
Jockey Club Tower 3/F CPD 3.28, HKU
Fee
HK$300 (2 days)  /  HK$200  (1 day)

性/別平等系列講座(一):中國內地年輕一代的性別平權倡導

女權、#metoo、同志平權運動在全球發展得如火如荼,中國內地目前的狀況如何?在大環境的籠罩下,內地的性別運動倡導者如何應對?他們有哪些成果與挫折?

日期: 19/4/2018 (星期四)
時間: 14:00 – 16:00
地點: A723, 7/F, 香港大學百周年校園鄭裕彤樓
語言:普通話 (Putonghua)

One Tree Three Lives

One Tree Three Lives is an intimate film on the novelist Hualing Nieh Engle, who has been a major influence on generations of writers in the Chinese Diaspora, and beyond. The film reveals a woman of unusual charisma, integrity and determination, and a person in continual exile.

April 20, 2018. 7pm
Raysan Huang Theatre, HKU

Speaker: Ms Angie Chen & Mr Liu Waitong

The Magazinization of Thai Gay Identity: Metrosexual and Thai Gay Comedy after 1997

This seminar explores the relationship between Thai sexual politics and the kingdom’s political economy after the 1997 Asian financial crisis.  While the influx of foreign capital enabled by trade liberalization introduced new forms of queer subjectivity and modes of queer consumption, such shifts were limited by the family-centric paradigms of the Thaksin administration. 

Speaker: Miguel Antonio N. Lizada
Date and time: 24 April 2018, 6.30 PM
Venue: Rm 7.58,  RRST, Centennial Campus

Guerrilla Girls Workshops!!

Do you want to learn what it takes to be a Guerrilla Girl? Do you want to learn more and work with them on projects that can make an impact? Contact Boyeon Chon (u3512050@connect.hku.hk) to sign up.

Date & time: 27 Mar 2018. 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm
Venue: Room 4.30 Run Run Shaw Tower

Unveiling the Veil: Muslim Women in Hong Kong - HKU Student-curated Art Exhibition

This exhibition brings together more than 25 local Muslim female artists, contributing 45 art pieces and beyond. They convey their thinking and feelings, aspirations and reflections through the universal language of art. Art, once again, serves as a bridge to connect people and minds.

Exhibition Opening
Date: March 25 (Sun), 3:30-5:30pm
Venue: LT7, 2/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park (YIA), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

CUHK Exhibition
Date: March 26 - April 12 (closed on Sundays)
Venue: G/F Lobby, Cheung Yu Tung Building, CUHK

HKU Exhibition
Date: April 18 - May 3
Venue: 2/F Atrium, Main Library, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Egg and Stone

Date: 22 March 2018 (Thursday)
Time: 10:30 am  (10:00 am – Reception; 10:30 am – Film Screening; 12:10 pm – Discussion)
Venue: Lecture Hall, G/F, May Hall, HKU
Moderator: Dr. Timmy Chen
Discussion with Director Huang Ji, Cinematographer Otsuka Ryuji, and Prof. Petula Sik Ying Ho (in Putonghua & English)
Details: www.hkihss.hku.hk/events/film19

Identities and Passions: A Roundtable Discussion on Recent Research in Chinese Gender and Sexuality

Time: 9:15am -12:30pm, March 29, 2018  

Venue: 436 Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

While we are gaining a better understanding of the  processes by which Chinese men and women were shaped as gendered  and sexual beings, we are also uncovering new issues and questions that  seem China-specific, and some that need interdisciplinary efforts to  unravel and solve.

Margaret Sanger and the birth control debate in interwar Hong Kong

The presentation explores how colonial officials, Chinese elites, medical professionals and religious leaders in interwar Hong Kong debated and popularized the use of artificial birth control in the name of Margaret Sanger. For more details, go to http://www.history.hku.hk/images/posters/2017_tsang.jpg

Speaker: Dr Carol Tsang
Date & Time: Mar 21, 2018. 5:00pm
Venue: Room 201, 2/F, May Hall.

Guerrilla Girls: Not Ready to Play Nice

The Guerrilla Girls (GG) is an anonymous group of female artists who use facts, humor and outrageous (but fun) visuals to speak about gender and ethnic bias in the arts (which includes film and pop culture). This will be their inaugural visit to Asia and we are proud that they have agreed to have their first performance in Asia at The University of Hong Kong.

Date: 26 March 2018 (Monday)
Time: 7:15 pm
Venue:  Grand Hall, Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, the University of Hong Kong

More information and registration:

http://arts.hku.hk/knowledge-exchange/behind-the-scenes-lecture-series/2017-18/guerrilla-girls

On G/F Run Run Shaw Tower, participate in "Can you name #5Women...." :
5WomenArtists, 5WomenFilmmakers, 5WomenWriters, 5WomenArchitects, 5WomenScientists

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