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Argentine poet's heartwarming Beijing story

 , Updated 20:24, 04-Feb-2024

"Now, I have a fondness for Beijing because it's a welcoming place filled with love, affection, and care. So, here I came," Argentine poet Guillermo Bravo said. He has been living in Beijing for more than 10 years. He thinks Beijing has the same sense of familiarity with his surroundings that he had in the small village where he spent his childhood. He discussed a poem that is related to his hometown titled "The South," written by Jorge Luis Borges, with his students.

Season three of "Poetry Sans Frontiers" features nine guests from eight countries. They will share life insights, interpret the value of dreams, praise the meaning of life and express their yearning for home through poetry. Three episodes will be distributed globally on all CGTN platforms, CMG new media platforms, and international platforms as global poetry activities and poetry-related documentaries, among other concepts, to promote emotional person-to-person exchanges among nations. Listen to their poems and feel their heartwarming stories.

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