21st Century Chinese Poetry, No.5 by Ye Zhou

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NEW EDITION, JAN 2014. Please visit us at ModernChinesePoetry.com for sample poems.

These are unusual times. These poets are tale-tellers of their world. Their poems are for real people.

The quarterly journal of 21st Century Chinese Poetry was founded with the intention of introducing modern Chinese poetry to readers worldwide. Please enjoy with us the evolution and revolution of the making of modern Chinese poetry.

Modern Chinese poetry was born from the broader intellectual movement that took place in China in the early part of the 20th century, known as the May-Fourth Movement (1917-1921); for the first time in history, vernacular Chinese was accepted as a legitimate poetic voice. Since then, nearly a century has passed by and this poetic experiment hasn't stopped evolving but only accelerated recently because of the easy exchange of styles and ideas over cyberspace. This is an eye-opening, exciting and even confounding experience for both the poets and the readers.

The editor-and-translator team of 21st Century Chinese Poetry selects some of the best poems written in Chinese by today's poets from all geographical areas. This issue includes 25 poems by 8 poets.

About Ye Zhou

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Meifu Wang is the chief editor and translator of this issue of 21st Century Chinese Poetry. Born and grew up in Taiwan, Meifu Wang earned her BA in Foreign Languages and Literature from National Taiwan University. Her poetry can be seen in various Chinese literary journals. She lives in Washington DC.
Published January 14, 2014 by Pathsharers LLC. 88 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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