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China and global society are fighting COVID-19 together
During preparations for the 2020 London Book Fair (LBF), Professor Martin Albrow, Fellow of the British Academy of Social Sciences and Honorary President of the Global China Academy, received invitations from China International Publishing Group (CIPG) and New World Press to express his concerns about the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Xi highlights philosophy of nation's progress
The second volume of The Governance of China, by Chinese President Xi Jinping, reveals a political philosophy that underpins one of the most vibrant nations on the planet.
Book paints a brave picture for children
The Virus Warrior, a picture book authored by Wu and her team, is a heart-warming letter to the thousands of children whose medical professional parents are in Hubei.
Book 'China, We Stand with You!' released
New book explores the lives of foreign nationals, from 25 nations, living in China during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
Egyptian writer launches initiative to support China against coronavirus
An Egyptian renowned journalist and writer has launched an initiative in Egypt to express solidarity with China in its battle against the novel coronavirus.
455 mln Chinese read online literature in 2019
A total of 455 million Chinese read online literature in 2019, according to an industry report released by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Tuesday.
Wuhan builds mini libraries in temporary COVID-19 hospitals
Libraries and bookstores have joined hands to build 18 mini-libraries in temporary hospitals in China's Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, to lend "spiritual support" to patients there.
A record of sixteen days
New book sheds light on Israeli entrepreneur's dogged effort to assist China's fight against the ongoing novel coronavirus.
Book launched to highlight women in science for sustainable development at UN
A book entitled "February 11," the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, was launched Tuesday at the UN headquarters.
Advanced technologies lure more readers to public library
​Wearing a virtual reality headset, Deng Kaiyang saw a four-character idiom with one character missing. The 8-year-old used the controllers to shoot a digital arrow at a lantern with the right character from a dozen red lanterns.
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