LAUNCH EFFECT

We must continue to build bridges wherever possible

It is right to be mindful of history, but as this video shows, things are changing in Britain. The Ensuring We Remember Campaign has achieved a great deal, but we have not been alone in this endeavour. Other organisations have…

Chinese Labour Corps Photobook

An incredible collection of candid photographs of the Chinese Labour Corps taken on the Western Front by Captain WJ Hawkings. More details here.

A2 Poster

Buy our new A2 sized poster (42cm x 59cm).

Les camps de travailleurs chinois

Par France 3. Histoires 14-18 : les camps de travailleurs chinois

Tentoonstelling en boek: Vive Labeur

Our congratulations to the City of Poperinge on the Vive Labeur Exhibition. Vive Labeur, Chinese Labour Corps in de Eerste Wereldoorlog Sun Gan Prijs:  € 24,50 (incl. verzendingskosten) Sun Gan is een plattelandsonderwijzer die de kans heeft gegrepen om verre horizonten…

Casualties of the air raid, 18/19 May 1918

The following men of the Chinese Labour Corps are all buried at St Omer Cemetery, having died on the 18th/19thMay. WEI KUANG YU 28120 KAO TIEN HSIANG 61491 WANG AN CH’ING 31745 CHAO HO SHUN 28022 CHANG TO WEN 27288…

Happy Chinese New Year 2017

As we leave the year of the Monkey and enter the year of the Fire Rooster our best wishes for good health, good fortune and prosperity, may great things lie ahead for us all. 恭喜發財!

Merry Christmas Everybody

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In Memoriam, 25 October

Four men of the Chinese Labour Corps died on this day. LI HSU T’ANG ‘5174’ 1918 LI SHIH CHUN ‘34195’ 1918 CHANG PAI CHUNG ‘38545’ 1919 HSIANG YEN LING ‘94306’ 1919 We Remember Them.

In Memoriam, 20 October

The men named below died this day: CHANG CHIH HUNG ‘10431’ 1917 CHENG CHING WEN ‘63591’ 1918 LI LAI SHUN ‘2566’ 1918 LIU MEI LIN ‘58826’ 1919 TING CHAO EN ‘13994’ 1919 We Remember Them.

The War Office performed a remarkable about turn

[A]t the end of last month the War Office performed a remarkable about turn. Having been utterly opposed to the hiring of Chinese labourers before the Battle of the Somme, it’s now clear that the manpower situation has entirely changed. This could be…

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