March 10, 2011

New Book Launching and Forum for 110th Foochow Settlement Anniversary in Sibu

Wong Nai Siong : New Book Launching cum Forum


Date : 2011 March 13th - Sunday


Time : 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Venue : Kingwood Hotel in Sibu


Topic : Foochow Settlement in Sibu : Pioneering Spirit


The event will see the launching of a new book on Wong Nai Siong the Foochow man who at the end of the Qing Dynasty brought 1118 Foochows to settle in Sibu in 1901. The author of the book is his great grand daughter who is residing in Melbourne.


The event will be declared open by the Chairman of the Sibu Foochow Association Mr. Tiong Kiong King. Three speakers  will be featured in the forum following the launching of the new book. They are Dr. Pang (the author) and her translator Ms.Choo will speak on various issues about Wong Nai Siong. A Sibu born writer - educator Ms. Ling Huong Yian will touch on the younger generation's perspective of the pioneering spirit of the Foochows.


項目:《黃乃裳》新書推展禮暨講座會

日期:2011313(星期日)
時間:3.00-4.30pm
地點:詩巫晶木酒店帝后宮
主題:福州墾場:拓荒與利他精神
節目程序表:
2.30pm 工作人員抵步
2.40pm 來賓及參與者抵步
2.50pm 主賓抵步
3.00pm 司會:《黃乃裳》新書推展禮暨講座會歡迎詞
3.10pm 主賓張建卿主席致詞兼主持推展禮
3.30pm 講座會開始
3.30pm  講題(一)“到底光餅、鼎邊糊、乾麵有那些地方與眾不同?”
    講員:黃碧瑤博士-港主黃乃裳曾孫女、畢業於澳洲墨爾本莫納斯大學哲學博士
4.00pm  講題(講題: “我對黃乃裳其人其事的看法”
    講員:朱曉祺碩士-澳洲墨爾本大學教育學和現代語言教育學雙碩士,現為澳洲塔斯馬尼亞弗萊德學院中文部主任。自2004年起擔任黃碧瑤博士研究助理及翻譯
4.20pm 講題(三):“從新生代看福州拓荒精神”
    講員:林芳燕博士班研究生-詩巫人,馬大中文系博士班研究生,教育管理碩士,大專教育專業文憑及榮譽文學士。曾任中學華文教師及前民都魯開智中學校長。現為民都魯榮光教學中心校長及世界福州十邑同鄉總會婦女組文教主任)

2011-03-04

6 comments:

Ah Ngao said...

a very brave man

Anonymous said...

I thoyght he was deported???

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Ah Ngao...yeah...he wore many hats...and most important of all he was a Christian and a man of knowledge.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Anonymous...yes he and the Rajah were not in good terms.

Ann said...

I would love to be in a book launch.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

One of these days Ann - you would be having a book launching of your own...and I am looking forward to your achievement!! Best of Wishes.....

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