CGTN launches global ‘Read a Poem’ campaign – Sunethra Kumari reads ‘May peace be everlasting’

Cgtn launches global 'read a poem' campaign - sunethra kumari reads 'may peace be everlasting'

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As part of CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign and the International Day of Peace, Sunethra Kumari reads “May peace be everlasting” to you. Sunethra is an anchor at the state television channel in Sri Lanka.

Join CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign and share your favorite verses with a worldwide audience. Post a video of yourself reading poems with the theme of love and peace with the hashtag #readapoem and tag us. You might find it on CGTN. Don’t forget to say our slogan in the video: “I read this poem for you, though thousands of miles apart, poetry brings us the same beat of heart.”

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