根据新的安全规定，所有进入美国使领馆的访客不得携带手提电脑。请所有来参加活动的嘉宾和访客遵守此规定，不要携带手提电脑进入美国领事馆。请注意，领事馆保安不提供手提电脑寄存服务。我们为给您造成的不便深表歉意，谢谢您的谅解与合作。 In accordance with new security regulations, any individual who is visiting the U.S. Embassy or Consulates General in China is not permitted to bring a laptop into the Embassy or Consulate General. Individuals, who attend our public events, should be prepared to adhere to this requirement by not bringing a laptop with them. Please note, the Consulate General security guards will not store the items for you. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Join us in Lincoln Hall on August 15th for a screening of “I Am Bruce Lee,” a visually-stunning film that uncovers the life of Bruce Lee, the “Father of Martial Arts Cinema”. Featuring rare archival footage and interviews with martial artists, athletes, actors, and family members, the film captures how Bruce Lee’s legacy in the US and abroad still endures today. The screening will be followed by a discussion of the film. This program is part of our Summer Film Series highlighting the role of film-making in promoting dialogue on important issues
请携本人身份证/护照到指定地点参加。 Note: This event is free of charge. You will be asked to show your ID card or passport for admission. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No cameras will be allowed and there is no place to check them, so please don't bring any cameras with you.
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