A desperate SOS letter by a political prisoner turns up in Halloween decorations sparking a chain of events exposing China's labour camps
Join us on International Human Rights Day, 10th December, for the Melbourne premiere screening of the award-winning documentary, Letter From Masanjia.
About this Event
Why are the students of Hong Kong willing to risk their lives to uphold their sovereignty?
One man's incredible story of suffering from inside one of China's most notorious labour camps will open your eyes to what's at stake for the people of Hong Kong if they fail.
Join us for Melbourne premiere screening of the award-winning documentary, Letter from Masanjia. It tells the story of how a political prisoner's SOS note miraculously led to the closure of China's labour camp system (detention and "re-education" facilities still exist).
TIME: 6:45pm for 7:00pm start
FILM DURATION: 76 minutes
Film screening will be followed by a short Q&A session with China expert, John Xiao.