Gesar konungur, borgarm˙rarnir Ý Xi'an og stutt vi­tal

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TÝbetska sagnaljˇ­i­ um Gesar konung, sem er r˙mlega ■˙sund ßra gamalt, er tali­ lengsta sagnaljˇ­, sem var­veist hefur.

═ ■Šttinum Hlustendagar­inum, The Listeners Garden, sem ˙tvarpa­ er ß vegum kÝnverska al■jˇ­a˙tvarpsins, china Radio International, er fjalla­ um ■etta merka kvŠ­i e­a sagnabßlk auk borgarm˙ranna umhverfis Xi‘an, sem draga a­ sÚr milljˇnir fer­amanna ß hverju ßri.

┴ undan ■essu er lesi­ ˙r brÚfum hlustenda og birt stutt vi­tal vi­ ritstjˇra ■essarar bloggsÝ­u, sem brß sÚr Ý heimsˇkn til kÝnverska al■jˇ­a˙tvarpsins 5. aprÝl sÝ­astli­inn. Me­ ■vÝ hÚlt ritstjˇrinn upp ß a­ 45 ßr eru um ■etta leyti li­in frß ■vÝ a­ hann hˇf a­ fylgjast me­ kÝnverska al■jˇ­a˙tvarpinu, sem ß­ur nefndist Radio Peking.

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IN ENGLISH

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The Tibetan epic poem of King Cesar is over 1.000 years old and is believed to be the longest epic poem in the world.

On the radio Show, The Listeners Garden, which is broadcast by China Radio International this poem is introduced as well as the city walls araound Xi‘an. Before that the letters from some listeners are read and an interview with the editor of this page can be heard, but he visited China Radio International on April 5 to celebrate among other things that he has been a regular to the station‘s broadcast for 45 years.

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