Who was Tusi Hayeri Mazandarani?

After returning from France in 1319, Tusi started his career in radio. She was the first female radio announcer in Homeland. At the same time, Tusi Haeri taught at the university and translated texts from French to Persian in various magazines under a pseudonym. One of his best translations is the translation of the poem “My Friend of the Tree” by Mino Droe in 1340.This poem influenced poets like Siavash Kasraei. Tusi Haeri then returned to Paris again in 1328 and received a doctorate in French from the same university in 1332.