Exhibition on Master Zhang Shizhao’s Literature Works held

Editor:张焕勤
Source:湖南省政府门户网站英文版
Updated:2017-05-10 14:23:02

The “Celebrity Charm - Zhang Shizhao’s poetry scripts and letters to Pan Boying and other friends” exhibition kicked off in Tan Guobin Contemporary Art Museum on May 9, 2017. More than 120 valued pieces of legacies of Zhang’s literature and calligraphy works he presented to his friends, Tao Zhu, Wu Hufan, and Chen Duxiu were on display. The exhibition was open to the public free of charge.

  Background Information

  Zhang Shizhao (simplified Chinese: 章士钊; traditional Chinese: 章士釗; pinyin: Zhāng Shìzhāo; March 20, 1881 – July 1, 1973), courtesy name Xingyan, penname Huangzhonghuang, Qingtong or Qiutong, was a Chinese journalist, educator, politician of the early 20th century known for his advocacy first of revolutionary cultural values in the period leading up to the 1911 Revolution and then of traditional Confucian culture in following years. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)