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Eugene Shiundu, an african writer

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  • “Master, show me how Immortal pounds mortar
    Make me flow like water”

  • “The sun hides from my eye, leaving its beauty for my camera to take.”

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  • “I left Africa for a historical place in China where modernity marries tradition. The signs on the road say it all. Someone loved the ancients so much that they had to protect the knowledge alongside the environment. Take me to Chenjiagou again!”

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  • “A thousand miles to the Great Wall
    Tell me who made the call
    While you was still a student”

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  • “The Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) at Lang’ata, Nairobi will give you a glimpse of some of the animals in Nairobi National Park (NNP). The services are affordable in case you cannot afford the safari at NNP. You can take a walk and see some animals such as the young lion.”

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  • “When it rains in the countryside, flowers, food crops and cash crops such as sugarcane flourish. The people rejoice when it rains in the countryside.”

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  • “The fireside is important in every African home because that is where the meal is prepared. Some use firewood, others use dry maize cobs to keep the fire burning. The heat at the fireside is hotter than that produced by a modern cooker or jiko used in the city. Africans in the countryside love the fireside during winter or when the long rains…En afficher davantage

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  • “Chenjiagou is a historical place of taichi chuan. When I reached this place, I was in my taichi uniform and was excited to see the monuments and people who visited the place. Inside one of the building were paintings of many people practising taichi. It appeared like a famous dance of the ancients. I made history in Chenjiagou because no family…En afficher davantage

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  • “Today Rex tried to pause like the Lion of Judah but he cannot do it. He can only smile in the shamba like ‘Mshamba’ and those who watch the ‘Great Wall of Mache’ and ‘Kuvasali.’ This is not the Great Wall of China, my brothers and sisters. It is bare and harder to watch like that of the Son of Heaven in China. There is no danger in this century…En afficher davantage

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  • “Visiting the Great Wall of China is the dream of any young African writer. The wall remains a landmark in the history of China. I was happy to witness both Chinese and foreign tourists on the wall. It disappears into the mountains like the tail of a hidden dragon.”

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  • “My favorite pet, Rex is playful and healthy. He guards the compound when I leave for the city and is the most handsome in the village. He is a lion to me because he is fierce and courageous. Last year, he was sick but adapted quickly to become part of my family. I was disturbed and thought he was going to die. This time, I found him more handsome…En afficher davantage

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  • “My dream as a writer is to retell the story of the lion king from my own perspective”

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  • “I started my education at a local school in the countryside before the age of 12. Later I moved to a boarding school whose foundation was Catholic. I loved the new life and found new friends who helped me to modernize my habits. Muslims and Hindu believers were students at the school too and did not fear the influence of the Catholic church. I…En afficher davantage

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  • I am a Luhya from Western Kenya. The Luhya people are part of the Bantu of Africa who are spread across the continent. Africa lives in me, and visiting another country only adds value to my view of the world and the culture of other races. My visit to China as a young African writer opened a new page in my life regarding my lifestyle and eating…En afficher davantage

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  • I was born and raised in Africa, my motherland. I only knew about Africa, its people and a few foreign visitors until I visited a foreign country for the first time. In China, I became friends with numerous individuals representing their nations. I advanced my knowledge in Taichi and learnt to connect heaven and earth through meditation

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