Tareq Samin received ‘The International Best Poets and Translators Award

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Tareq Samin received ‘The International Best Poets and Translators Award

Bangladeshi poet Tareq Samin received ‘The International Best Poets and Translators Award-2020’, from The International Poetry Translation And Research Centre (IPTRC), China and the Greek Academy of Arts and Writing. For his five Chinese translated poems published in Rendition of International Poetry Quarterly (multilingual), Volume 99, Number 3, Published Date: 3rdAugust 2020, published by The International Poetry Translation And Research Centre, China.[混语版《国际诗歌翻译》2020年第3期 (总第99期)目录. 创刊日期:公元1995年5月8日 出版日期:公元2020年8月8日. (原混语版《世界诗人》季刊)]

The IPTRC gave this prestigious Award to 11 renowned poets and 4 Translators of 13 different countries around the world for their outstanding contribution to poetry and
world literature.
Before Tareq Samin, another Bangladeshi Poet Muhammad Samad, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Administration) of Dhaka University (DU), won the IPTRC Best Poet Award in 2018.

Tareq Samin is a bilingual Writer and Editor of the bilingual literary journal Sahitto. He is author of seven books, including four poetry collections, two Short Stories collections and a Novel. Also he has translated into Bengali, two books of Anthology of International poetry of 22 poets from 20 countries. In total he has nine books published. Some of his poems are translated in English, Spanish, Chinese, German, French, Greek, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Swedish, Finnish, Hebrew, Arabic, Vietnamese, Hindi, Nepalese, Portuguese, Estonian, Slovak, Romanian, Macedonian and Hungarian Languages. His poems, short stories and articles are published in more than 25 countries.

Tareq Samin received the ‘International Best Poets Award-2020’ from The International Poetry Translation And Research Centre (IPTRC), China and the Greek Academy of Arts and Writing. Also he has been awarded ‘Honorable Mention’ in Foreign Language Authors category for his poem ‘Another Try’ in ‘The prize il Meleto di Guido Gozzano Agliè’ poetry competition held in 12 September 2020 in Turin, Italy.

He is an important voice in the literary world working against violence and extremism and in favor of human rights, peace and free speech. Nature, Love and Humanism are central to his work.