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文革50周年反思研讨会的议程 (Program for the Roundtable Presentation and Discussion: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Cultural Revolution)


1150 Connecticut Ave., NW #900, DC 20036 (9楼)









 陈钊(香港民主中国促进会秘书长, 中国社会民主党秘书长):《回顾香港文革,反思今日中国》



 Gary Nong: 《文革对于60后一代人的影响》




联络研讨会主持人:魏京生基金会执行主任黄慈萍 1-202-270-6980


Program for the Roundtable Presentation and Discussion: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Cultural Revolution -- Hosted by the Wei Jingsheng Foundation

 Location: 1150 Connecticut Ave., NW # 900, Washington, DC 20036, USA (on the 9th floor)
 Time: from 10 AM on May 13, 2016 (Friday) to 5 FM on May 14, 2016 (Saturday)


May 13, 2016 (Friday)

10:00 AM: Opening Remarks

Moment of silence for the victims who were persecuted during the Cultural Revolution and under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party

Presentation and discussion:

Wei Jingsheng:
 "Observing the fiftieth anniversary of the Cultural Revolution - the Lesson for the Century"

Yu Luowen (brother of Yu Luoke, the most well-known martyr in the Cultural Revolution):
 "The myth of Mao Zedong and democracy during the Cultural Revolution"

Professor Xia Yeliang (Economist and visiting fellow at the Cato Institute):
 "The disaster of the Cultural Revolution and inertia of people's thinking"

Lama Kyab Gazan (Former Teacher at Qinghai Law School, and law consultant for RFA Tibetan Service):
 "Tibet and the Cultural Revolution"

Group Photo

12:30 to 14:00: Lunch

14:00 to 18:00: presentation and discussion

Zheng Yi (writer):
 "Memories of the mass organizations during the Cultural Revolution."

Dr. Chen Kuide (Executive Director Of Princeton China Initiative):
 "The liberal thoughts during the Cultural Revolution"

Zhu Xiaoming (witness of the Cultural Revolution and a senior editor for a US media):
 "One cannot stop the Cultural Revolution without terminating Communist tyranny"

Chen Zhao (Convenor of China Democratic Socialist Party and Convenor of Hong Kong federation For A Democratic China):
 "Recalling the Cultural Revolution in Hong Kong, reflecting on China Today"

Lawyer Ye Ning:
 "Rebel or not?  The only one exception of Mao Zedong, who made a lifetime crime to the Chinese nation
 -- My understanding of the Cultural Revolution as a current counter-revolutionary and a son of a historical counter-revolutionary."

19:00: Dinner
 (For these attendees who would like to join our dinner, please contact Huang Ciping so we have a current head count)

May 14, 2016 (Saturday)

10:00 to 13:00: presentations and discussion

Dr. Wang Jiudan:
 "Cultural Revolution and property rights"

Gary Gong:
 "The influence of the Cultural Revolution for the 1960's generation"

Huang Ciping:
 "The impact of the Cultural Revolution on my family and on my life
 -- a personal representation of the tragedy of the generations of Chinese people who were persecuted by the Chinese Communist regime"

Group discussion Session

13:00 to 14:00: Lunch

14:00 to 17:00: Group discussion session

17:00: Closing Remarks

Moderator of the roundtable: Huang Ciping, Executive Director of the Wei Jingsheng Foundation (phone: 1-202-270-6980)

(a parking garage is right under the office building for about $15/day; there is also street meter parking available on Saturday)





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