Cambridge Chinese Students Photographic Events & YANG Shaoming Photographic Talk in Cambridge
Our well-prepared photography series talks are now on the way! The first talk will be presented to you this Tuesday evening by SUN Yuhui and SUN Yi - two well known amateur photographer in Cambridge. They will introduce you basic but profound knowledge about photography as well as share with you their personal photography experience. More information about this talk is below:
Event One: Background about photography
[Speaker] SUN Yuhui (Biochemistry Department); SUN Yi (Sanger Institute)
[Time] Tuesday 22nd September 2009, 7 pm
[Venue] Pharmacology Department, Tennis Court Road, CB2 1PD
[Contact] ZHANG Wenting 07973985677
This Sunday afternoon, we will give our warm welcome to Mr. YANG Shaoming in Cambridge to share with us his legendary photography career for many great Chinese leaders, especially DENG Xiaoping, which he has served as personal photographer for over 12 years. More information about Mr. YANG Shaoming and the talk please read information below and in attached documents:
Event Two: Traditions and Innovation Through 60 Years – an illustrated talk by YANG Shaoming.
[Keynote Speaker] YANG Shaoming (Vice Chairman of the Soong Ching Ling Foundation; Vice President of the Chinese Photography Academic Society; President of the Association of World wide Ethnic Chinese Photographers)
[Time] Sunday 27th September 2009, 2 pm [Venue] Mathematics Department Meeting Room 2, Wilberforce Road, CB3 0WB
[Registration] Due to high demands for this talk, please send email to Mr. SUN Chenguang (email@example.com) for registration.
[Contact] SUN Chenguang 07701075898 Events Three: ON-SITE photography teaching events
[Photographer] SUN Yuhui (Biochemistry Department); SUN Yi (Sanger Institute)
[Time] Saturday 3rd October 2009, 2 – 4 pm
[Venue] In front of King’s College Chapel
[Contact] KONG Jun 07502385650
A good book can inspire people, yet a great talk could transform life. In the future, we would try our best to invite more outstanding people to Cambridge and share their experience and lives to Cambridge students and scholars. Together, let’s hope that we could all have a brilliant life in Cambridge.