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Igor Mikhailovich: Humanity doesn’t need revolutions; humanity needs evolution

Igor Mikhailovich: Humanity doesn’t need revolutions; humanity needs evolution

By: Ashraf Aboul-Yazid KAZAN: Last week in Kazan, the capital city of Tatarstan, Russia, I was interviewed by ALLATRA International Public Movement TV, to know that this movement is a global project to build the Creative Society. Here, I will introduce the foundations and stages for building this Creative Society, and the need to catch it […]

Rahovec hosts the International Poetry Festival in Kosovo

Rahovec hosts the International Poetry Festival in Kosovo

RAHOVEC: The seventh edition of the International Poetry Festival in Rahovec will be held from 15 to 17 September. This year, Kosovo will host 20 selected world poets, thus promoting the national, cultural, artistic values of Kosovo among the world’s most prominent poets, which also becomes the best cultural diplomacy. For the first time among the […]

This fall, ancient Egyptians rise with modern poets

This fall, ancient Egyptians rise with modern poets

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid CAIRO: A week before the announcement of the final list of the world’s poetesses and poets participating in the Silk Road series anthology, 65 creative icons have been assembled from Russia, Kosovo, Cape Verde, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Chile, Egypt, Armenia, Mexico, Argentina, Germany, Montenegro, Greece, Kenya, Indonesia, Italy, Portugal, Bengaluru, Nigeria, Iraq, […]

Edition Delta: German home of outstanding Korean authors

Edition Delta: German home of outstanding Korean authors

Interviewed by Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of the Asia Journalists Association The Stuttgart literary publisher Edition Delta was awarded the German Publisher Prize 21 by the Berlin Ministry of Culture at the Münchner Kammerspiele for its transcultural commitment, which also includes a continuous literature series with outstanding Korean authors. In this interview I come closer to […]

Poet George Wallace: I still dream in Korean!

Poet George Wallace: I still dream in Korean!

Interview by Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of Asia Journalists Association CAIRO: Eminent American poet George Wallace was born in March 22, 1949 into a New York family with associations to both popular entertainment and high culture. He attended Syracuse University 1967–71, met Allen Ginsberg, and studied with W. D. Sondgrass. In the early 1970s, he began a […]

Africa Security and Journalism focus of CAJ Conference 2021

Africa Security and Journalism focus of CAJ Conference 2021

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid CAIRO: The Congress of African Journalists (CAJ) with membership spanning all the five regions of Africa and recognizing the diaspora as its sixth region will hold its first conference in October 2021. In a statement, CAJ said that its resolve for the 2021 conference is to bridge the gap between the information […]

Mediterranean Waves:  Poetic anthology by the Silk Road Literature Series on its fifth anniversary

Mediterranean Waves:  Poetic anthology by the Silk Road Literature Series on its fifth anniversary

  By Ashrad Aboul-Yazid AJA President CAIRO: As the Silk Road Literature Series celebrates its fifth anniversary, the second issue of its books (Anthology) will be released on June 1, titled “Mediterranean Waves”. The poetic anthology is published in English showcasing varied generations of world poets and poetesses. The iconic names represent almost 30 countries, […]

The true vaccination needed for journalism in post-COVID era

The true vaccination needed for journalism in post-COVID era

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Egypt) President, AJA Editor-in-Chief, the Silk Road Literature Series CAIRO: Since the dawn of history, through the centuries, humanity has been resisting diseases and epidemics that stroke the planet. We had known all about that in the past; thanks to historians. But in modern times we owe the press to document the […]

The lasting charm of World Journalists Conferences

The lasting charm of World Journalists Conferences

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid AJA President CAIRO: Invited by Journalists Association of Korea, and recommended by Asia Journalist Association, I have been privileged to attend World Journalists Conferences for years, as a participant, a speaker, a commentator or just a visiting guest. I could frankly say that the mega global event has been a real example […]

FOUR SPACES: Poems from Asia, Africa and Europe

FOUR SPACES: Poems from Asia, Africa and Europe

By editors CAIRO: The Silk Road Literature Series has recently published a poetic anthology written by four poets: Eva Petropoylou Lianoy (Greece), Mbizo Chirasha (Zimbabwe), Santosh Kumar Pokharel (Nepal) and Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Egypt). Entitled “Four Spaces”, the anthology joins series in its digital form, following the printed version in paper.   In this issue, Greek […]

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