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Cheongju University Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

The Cheongju University was founded by
Kim Won-keun (1886~1965) and his brother, Kim Young-keun (1888~1976). The forerunner was Cheongseok Academic Foundation, established in 1924. The two founding brothers had gone through various hardships and, through blood, sweat and tears, had made a great fortune. They poured their fortune into

Classic Water and Geometric Life – Poetry from Bangladesh

Life is geometrically formative too Through a shower of classic water. Shikdar Mohammed Kibriah, a renowned poet from Bangladesh, shares his poetry Shikdar Mohammed Kibriah, born on 1st July, 1968, in Sylhet, Bangladesh, has Masters in philosophy, and is a globally published, awarded, translated and featured renowned poet,

Mountains playing football – A Bouquet of Poems from Vietnam

The sun is like a ball; two mountain friends play together; the friend from the east mountain kicks the ball; the ball flies into the sky Duong Khau Luong, an eminent poet from Vietnam, the Land of Blue Dragon, shares his poems Duong Khau Luong from Vietnam was born in 1964. His hometown is Ban Hon, Banh Trach, Ba Be, Bac Kan.

Go home in winter – Bouquet of Poems from Vietnam

The overlapping Mountains are stretching spectacularly. Clouds and snow cover a small house on distant mountains Le Thanh Binh, an eminent poet from Vietnam, the Land of Blue Dragon, shares his poems Le Thanh Binh was born in 1955 in a military-intellectual class family of Vietnam. His family is part of the Le Canh lineage, which

Kyungin.. the only Korean University for Women!

After a marathon flight, from Cairo Airport to Incheon Airport, between the joy of flying, and the anxiety of waiting and staring at the screens of the travel gates, I thought after we left in that spring weather that we were heading to the hotel, but my friend, the veteran Korean journalist Lee Sang-ki, the former president of the