Wednesday, October 11, 2006

The Picturehouse Explores Little Red Flowers

Exploring the genesis of power: how power shapes personality, how power defines character.
Free will vs. control; the individual vs. the masses.

Saturday, 14 October 2006
at The Picturehouse Lounge, The Cathay Level 5 Free admission, open to the public

Movie Info and Review:

2:30 pm – Film Screening of LITTLE RED FLOWERS at The Picturehouse ($10)
4:00 pm – Film discussion led by Mr Tan Chee Lay at The Picturehouse Lounge (free)

Programme Information
Is this a children's film? Are the young naked bodies exposing more than just the old system?
What does the little red flower represent in Communist China? What has blossomed and what has wilted? Come join us in a film discussion that will open your mind to more than what meets the eye.

About the Speaker Mr Tan Chee Lay 陈志锐
Tan Chee Lay is currently working on his PhD dissertation on exiled Chinese poets and Misty poetry at St John’s College, University of Cambridge. He used to tutor the Chinese Language Elective Programme in Singapore after he graduated from the National Taiwan Normal University as a Public Service Commission scholar. He published the Hwa Chong Literary Series and inaugurated the 1st bilingual Singapore Student Literary Award in 2000. He has edited the literary website, The Grand Canal, literary magazines, Xin-Hua Wen-Xue, Shen-Tu Bu-Er and participated in various mentoring schemes for young talents.

Registration Information
Due to the limited seating capacity of The Picturehouse Lounge, priority of admission will be given to attendees who have registered with us. Registration Deadline: Friday, 13 October 2006

Please register by emailing the following information to
Number of Attendees / Names of ALL Attendees / Email Address / Contact Number

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