John Campbell and Moira Kenny working with Peng Wenlen Project Director of The Meridian Society, curated and installed a photographic exhibition on the CLC from the W J Hawkings Collection, courtesy of his grandson John de Lucy, and kindly prepared by The Oriental Museum of Durham University, is currently on display at The Black-E, 1 Great George Street, Liverpool L1 5EW. Entitled 'A Noble Duty Bravely Done - The Chinese Labour Corps in World War I', the Liverpool exhibition will run until 18th August 2018.
The Meridian Society aims to raise awareness of their story nationwide through its project activities. In Liverpool, on the occasion of the centenary of the last Chinese labourer buried at Anfield who died on 9th August 1918, you are invited to join us in remembering the Chinese Labour Corps at a special commemorative event on Friday 10th August.
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A Family Activities Day will be held at the Museum of Liverpool on 11th August, at which members of the general public will be able to hear a talk on the CLC and attend film screenings, or learn about the experiences of Chinese labourers by taking part in workshops on story-telling and Chinese arts and crafts. A number of CLC artefacts will be on display and the museum will provide World War I objects for handling.
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