Hoover Library and Archives reception celebrates the opening of a new exhibit: A Century of Change: China 1911–2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011
Richard Sousa, director of the library and archives, gave the welcoming remarks
Image credit: 
John LeSchofs, Stanford Visual Arts
Richard Sousa, director of the library and archives, gave the welcoming remarks
Image credit: 
John LeSchofs, Stanford Visual Arts

Richard Sousa, director of the library and archives, gave the welcoming remarks on April 27, 2011, at the reception for the archives exhibit A Century of Change: China 1911–2011. Opened on April 12, 2011, the exhibit, which has so far been the most popular and successful in the history of Hoover exhibits, commemorates the hundredth anniversary of the 1911 revolution and the founding of the Chinese republic. The exhibit showcases photographs, posters, letters, memorabilia, and audiovisual materials that document those momentous events in Chinese history and the ensuing tumultuous century.  A Century of Change: China 1911–2011 will be open through the end of the calendar year. Click here for more information.