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World Poetry Wins An Award For Chinese Voices from the Past, Present and Future!

Award from Richmond , 2013.

Ariadne’s notes: We would like to thank the Richmond Public Library,  the poets, participants and the great audience for this . 

World Poetry appreciates this special award and will put in on display at World Poetry Canada International Peace Festival, April 4-30th!

World Poetry Richmond Proudly Presents Chinese Voices from the Past, Present and Future.

March 9,  2013, 2-4 pm, Richmond Public Library,  100, 7000 Minoru Gate, Kwok-Chu Lee Living Room on the main floor. Richmond, BC, Canada.

Hosts: Ariadne Sawyer, MA, (co-founder of World  Poetry) and Yilin Wang. (World Poetry Youth Team Leader)

First Nations welcome.
World Poetry Welcome,  On Hearing Monk Jun from Shu Playing His Qin
Li Bai (701 – 762)  Yilin Wang, Chinese,  Elaine Woo, English  and Bong Ja , Korean. 

Learning from the past:
Tommy Tao: Ancient poetry in China . Bio and poems of Li Bai. The art of translation.

Listening to the present:
Chinese contemporary poems, song and writing.

Shirley Sue-A-Quan.

Catherine Huiqing Shi.

Jenny Tse.

Grant Hsu :

 World Poetry Woven Word Tapestry  Let Us Drink by Li Bai : Woven segments in Cantonese, Mandarin ,  Middle English, English, Tagalog, Nepali, Polish and others.
Hopes for the future: WP Youth Team Leader : Yilin Wang.

A multilingual, intercultural event.
Free all welcome.