In 1965, the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan—then a high-ranking official in the Department of Labor—sparked a firestorm when he released his report “The Negro Family,” which came to be regarded by both supporters and detractors as an indictment of African American culture. Blaming the Poor examines the regrettably durable impact…
Poetry is life and soul. When the soul flows into words, there is a pure world waiting for you to read its hope and joy. — Ding Ding
Ding Ding is a young poet and writer, who was originally from China, and currently living in Austral-ia. After finished her Bachelor of Journalism from China, she did the Master of International Studies in The University of Sydney, and the Master of Translation in The University of New South Wales in her mid 20s. Her travelling experiences from motherland to foreign countries move her poems to a upper level of understanding and inspiration. Her poems are delivering thoughts of drifting life while looking for hope and happiness.
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