Founders

 

 

 

 

 Patron: Yu Hsi

"World Brotherhood and Peace through Poetry"
 

Executive Board

 

Dr. Yu Hsi Patron-WAAC President.

 

Dr. Maurus Young- WCP President.

 

Dr. María Eugenia Soberanis- General Secretary.

 

Dr. Bei Ta- Member and Deputy General Secretary.

 

Dr. Albert Young- Memver and Deputy General Secretary.

 

Dr. Ernesto Kahan- 1st. Vice President.

 

Dr. Mendo Oyo Gamboyan. 2nd Vice President.

 

Dr. Istvan Turczi 3rd. Vice President.

 

Dr. Georges Chapouthier- Member.

 

Dr. Sunwoo Ho - Member.

 

Dr. Jacob Isaac- Member.

 

Mrs. Michelle Wang – Member and Treasurer.

 

Mrs Dorothy Wang- Member and Public Relations.

 

W.C.P.

World Congress of Poets
"World Brotherhood and Peace through Poetry"

The World Congress of Poets (WCP) was founded in 1969 by †Amado M.Yuzon, †Krishna Srinivas, †Lou Lutour and Tin-Wen Chung and held for the first time in Manila in 1969. Since that time, 32 successive Congresses have been held in the following locations...  Read more

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Posted on February 8, 2019

 

Dear colleagues, poets from all over the world, On behalf of the World Academy of Arts and Culture, Czech Centre of PEN International has pleasure and honour to invite you to the 39th World Congress of Poets held in Bhubaneswar, Odissa, India from October 2nd to 6th 2019.

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"World Brotherhood and Peace through Poetry"

Contact us

  • Ms. Michelle Wang.
  •        Treasurer
  • Address:
  • 1111 Almaden, San Jose, CA 95120, USA
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  • Ma. Eugenia Soberanis Nogueda
  •            General Secretary
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World Congress of Poets

  

"World Brotherhood and Peace through Poetry"

Editorial board  

María Eugenia Soberanis–  Manager- Chief Advisor

Ernesto Kahan – Editor Principal

Georges Friedenkraft (Chapouthier) (French) - Member of the Editorial Board

Bei Ta (Chinese/English) - Member of the Editorial Boardhood and Peace through Poetry