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On 9th of February 2013, New Zero Art Space hosted a new contemporary poetry book launch reception and poetry ehibition in which the poets and the journalists attended collectively. Thitsar Ni, a renowned contemporary poet, introduced a poetry book titled as ‘the contemporary world, the contemporary poetry’ to the attendees at the reception.

This poetry book is the poem collections of the 12 students who attended Poetry and Literature Training Programme organised by New Zero Art Space. This training was led by Thitsar Ni of Burma and James Byrne of UK between 2nd and 16th of October 2012. There were other Burmese guest lecturers such as Zayar Lin, Nyein Wai, Maung Pyae Min and Moe Way.

 

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On 9th of February 2013, New Zero Art Space hosted a new contemporary poetry book launch reception and poetry ehibition in which the poets and the journalists attended collectively. Thitsar Ni, a renowned contemporary poet, introduced a poetry book titled as ‘the contemporary world, the contemporary poetry’ to the attendees at the reception.

This poetry book is the poem collections of the 12 students who attended Poetry and Literature Training Programme organised by New Zero Art Space. This training was led by Thitsar Ni of Burma and James Byrne of UK between 2nd and 16th of October 2012. There were other Burmese guest lecturers such as Zayar Lin, Nyein Wai, Maung Pyae Min and Moe Way.
During the ceremony, poetry reading and performance programmes followed the speeches given by Thitsar Ni, Ko Aye Ko, P Mon Thaw and Nora who had described the book and the show. The poets such as A Mon, Thaw Zin Ohn, Maung Khin Thar (Taung Twin), Pandora and Su Mie Aung had involved in poetry reading programme and some audiences such as Maung Lin Yate, a poet and Ko Zaw Zaw Htun participated in discussion talking about the poetry.

The poetry show has been going on till 13th of February between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm in which the poems of Thitsar Ni and the students were framed and exhibited. On the reception day, Thitsar Ni’s two poems were sold.

The similar poetry show, in which the poetries were framed and exhibited to sell, was once taken place before organised by the poets union to commemorate the World Poetry Day in 2012. The movement of Burmese cotemporary poetry become increased in its momentum along with the political reformation taken place within the society.
                                                                                                                                                           Ko Phone
                                                                                                                   translated by ko phyo