Vietnamese-born new immigrant Liu Hsing-chuan’s poem receives high recognition
Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2014-06-26 09:50 PM

Vietnamese-born new immigrant Liu Hsing-chuan had married Taiwan for fifteen years. She was keen on poems when she learned Mandarin. She studies hard and she can speak Mandarin fluently and moreover, she was invited by Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau to join the “Pacific Poems Festival” to recite the poetry. In early June, Liu created “Snow Hair Vow” by classical Chinese to memorialize the days of dating with husband which amazed the poets in Taiwan.

Liu said she had the difficulty to adapt to Taiwan due to the language barrier. She went to study Mandarin at the subsidiary school and felt interested with literature and history. She began making poems by herself. Studying-hard Liu was invited to attend the 2014 Pacific Poems Festival and moreover, her newest creation “Snow Hair Vow” which wrote by classical Chinese receives the high recognition.

The poet Chen Lee praised her to record her love story by making poems are amazing.

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