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Taipei Chinese Centre group photograph in Tokyo

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Taipei Chinese Centre group photograph in Tokyo

Photograph of PEN delegates at the 47th PEN International Congress in Tokyo in 1984. From left to right on the front row are: Lin Wen-yueh 林文月; Francisco Sionil José, founder and president of the Phillipenes Centre (1957-); Peter Elstob, international secretary of PEN International (1974-81); Josephine Pullein-Thompson, president of PEN International (1994-97); Nancy Chang Ing 殷張蘭熙, president of the Taipei Chinese Centre (1985-91) and vice-president of PEN International (1975-2017); Ting Chen-wan; and Diane Ying. A delegation of fifteen members from the Taipei Chinese Centre attended this Congress, which was held on 14-18 May 1984 and was titled Literature In The Nuclear Age. Why Do We Write?; Literary Relations Between East and West – Japanese Literature In The World Today; Writers and Human Rights.

Taipei Chinese Centre group photograph in Tokyo

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Fotografía de grupo del Centro Chino de Taipei en Tokio

Fotografía de delegados de PEN en el 47o Congreso de PEN Internacional en Tokio, 1984. Primera fila, de izquierda a derecha: Lin Wen-yueh 林文月; Francisco Sionil José, fundador y presidente del Centro Filipino (1957-); Peter Elstob, secretario internacional de PEN Internacional (1974-81); Josephine Pullein-Thompson, presidenta de PEN Internacional (1994-97); Nancy Chang Ing 殷張蘭熙, presidenta del Centro Chino de Taipei (1985-91) y vicepresidenta dePEN Internacional (1975-2017); Ting Chen-wan; y Diane Ying. Una delegación de quince miembros del Centro Chino de Taipei asistieron al Congreso, celebrado del 14 al 18 de mayo de 1984 y titulado Literature In The Nuclear Age. Why Do We Write?; Literary Relations Between East and West – Japanese Literature In The World Today; Writers and Human Rights.

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18/05/1984

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Taipei Chinese Centre

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Taipei Chinese Centre  (中華民國筆會)

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