Read a Poem: ‘Living in the Precious World’ by Chinese poet Haizi

Read a poem: 'living in the precious world' by chinese poet haizi

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Today is September 21 , also marked the International Day of Peace. Peace is the foundation of happiness for all humankind. On this special day, let’s read a little poem, called “living in the precious world”, written by Chinese poet Haizi.

#china #peace #culture #poem

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