In Celebration of the installation of the bronze bust of
Father of Modern Chinese Literature
At the Town Hall of Kolkata
The Consul General of China in Kolkata
Mr. & Mrs. Mao Siwei
Cordially invite you to
Yangqin Solo performance by
Prof. Liu Yuening
Chinese Central Conservatory of Music
On August 1, 2009 at 6:30 p.m.
Lu Xun (1881-1936)
Lu Xun was the pen name of Zhou Shuren. Lu is widely regarded as the father of modern Chinese literature. His work promoted radical change through criticism of antiquated cultural values and repressive social customs.
Unveiling Ceremony of Bronze Bust of Lu Xun Father of Modern Chinese Literature Kolkata Town Hall 11-30 AM 29th July 2009
Lu Hsun, the revolutionary poet who is to the Chinese what Rabindranath Tagore is to Indians, will soon be rubbing shoulders with his illustrious contemporary at the Town Hall. Qian Min, the mayor of Shao Xing city, will join mayor Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya, to unveil the bronze bust of Lu Hsun.
Wonder how this transport caught fire in Tangra.
Renewable energy leader Astonfield plans to invest $130 million to set up a 54 mega watt (MW) plant that will convert solid waste into electricity at Dhapa, a 186-hectare dumping ground in Calcutta.
Kolkata wore a deserted look today as private buses, minibuses and autorickshaw operators went on an indefinite strike after their meeting with the West Bengal government on a high court order banning 15-year-old vehicles in the city failed.