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American Cultural Center Presents Video Series on U.S. History (Corrected with Revised Program Dates)

The American Cultural Center will begin a video series on U.S. history on July 31. The program features a 16-part video series "Freedom: A History of US," which is adapted from Joy Hakim's award-winning books. On July 31, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., the first three parts: Part I "Independence," Part II "Revolution," and Part III "Liberty for All," will be shown. Over the next three months, the remaining 12 parts will be shown every other week on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Freedom has long been America's strongest cultural bond and its most perilous fault line. And the tragedy of September 11th, 2001, has spurred America to appreciate her freedom more intensely and made her more determined to protect it. The "Freedom: A History of US," series takes viewers through the pivotal moments of America's "freedom trail," providing new insight into the idea America has defended and cherished since her birth. It narrates American history from a renewed focus on freedom, and thus helps the audience systematically and thoroughly understand the United States and her democracy.

The American Cultural Center is located in the World Trade Building, Suite 2101, 21F, No. 333, Keelung Road, Section 1, Taipei. To indicate your interest in coming, please contact Morris Huang at 2723-3959 ext. 215; or Patricia Wang ext. 285; fax 2725-2644;