‘Read a Poem’: CGTN reporter Wilkister Nyabwa reads New Year’s Eve Snow in Kenya

'read a poem': cgtn reporter wilkister nyabwa reads new year's eve snow in kenya

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Wilkister Nyabwa from Nairobi, Kenya joined CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign and read a poem called “New Year’s Eve Snow” by Lu You.

Come with Cheng Yafei to join CGTN’s “Read a Poem” campaign, and share your favorite verses with a worldwide audience. Post the video with hashtag #readapoem# on social media and tag us, or send your video to our email address, readapoem2022@gmail.com. Your video could be re-posted by CGTN’s official account. 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 the heart.” We look forward to seeing your contribution!

#readapoemseason2 #PoetrysansFrontiers


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