South Pasadena, CA, March 01, 2014 (Korea Bizwire) – As a foreigner living in the land of Uncle Sam, author Bo Kyung Kim realized that as time passes, by her Korean culture is slowly meshing with that of the US culture. As she seeks to use her studies, her dance, and her songs, she invites readers to join “A Multicultural Song that I Sing Alone” (published by AuthorHouse) to help spread peace and harmony to every race in each nation.
Looking at multiculturalism’s beauty and its inevitable dark side, Kim presents multicultural songs in the US — songs of love, nature, peace, and the songs of the author’s fatherland. Aiming for the message of peace and harmony to transcend culture, race, and color; Kim opens eyes of readers to the issues multicultural society’s face and offers a solution through her dance and her songs.
Beautifully and whole-heartedly offered, this one woman’s desire to spread love and peace all around here is so imminent in her writings. Touching and inviting, “A Multicultural Song that I Sing Alone” is a recommended song that will heal both the wounds of racism and bridge the gap of every cultural faction.
“A Multicultural Song that I Sing Alone” By Bo Kyung Kim Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 124 pages | ISBN 9781491832202 Softcover | 6 x 9in | 124 pages | ISBN 9781491832226 e-book | 124 pages | ISBN 9781491832219 Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author (Reviewed and Explained by Amazon.com)
Bo Kyung Kim Poet, Peace dancer, Former music teacher. The author’s original name is Soon Sil Kim. Author was born in Jeju in 1961, in South Korea, graduated from the Jeju National University’s music department, became a music teacher, and taught music in a public junior high school in Jeju, Korea. After getting married and emigrating to the U.S., she taught all kinds of people from different racial backgrounds Korean traditional women’s group dance, named Ganggangsuwollae. This dance was passed down from ancient societies, meant to prevent divorce and pursuing mult-racial harmony and unification, as the author taught in communities, schools, churches of Michigan, Ohio, and California. And she also performed many solo dances to dedicate to war victims, using ancient Korean dances, sublimating it to peace dances, especially, one particular dance for the U.S. Civil War, which is performed in many places. She has also written many peace songs. In order to learn more about the U.S., she graduated from West Los Angeles College in liberal arts, and graduated with a second bachelor’s in Political Science from Cal State Los Angeles. In 1995, she received the New Poet Prize from the Korean literature magazine “Munyesajo” She has published two books, and three Korean poetry books are in currently in the process of publication. Now, she is living in South Pasadena, California.
About the Publisher
AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, LLC, self-publishing imprint, is a leading provider of book publishing, marketing, and bookselling services for authors around the globe and offers the industry’s only suite of Hollywood book-to-film services. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service, AuthorHouse assigns each author personal publishing and marketing consultants who provide guidance throughout the process. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, AuthorHouse celebrated 15 years of service to authors in Sept. 2011.For more information or to publish a book visit authorhouse.com or call 1-888-519-5121. For the latest, follow @authorhouse on Twitter.
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