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Shenzhen holds marine life exhibition based on ancient book
An exhibition named "Marine Life in the Forbidden City" opened on Friday in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
Translated literary works boost China, Mongolia cultural ties
China's four great classical novels, published in commonly-used Mongolian Cyrillic last year, are now among the collections that many readers in Mongolia are scrambling to buy.
Children's book expo to open in Beijing
The 2019 China Children's Book Expo, highlighting a global selection of reading materials, will open in the Cultural Palace of Nationalities in Beijing.
New edition of foreign literary classics released
The People's Publishing House has began to release a new series of foreign literary classics, according to the publisher on Tuesday.
Mongolian literature collection published in China
A collection of Mongolian literature works was published in northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Thursday.
Comic book fans Marvel at new Chinese superheroes
One of Marvel's 1st Chinese superheroes has blown into the U.S. with the first English-language Aero comic book hitting newsstand shelves on July 3.
Drawing on the myths of the past
Many fantasy movies, TV series, cartoons and games have drawn inspiration from Shan Hai Jing, while a growing number of picture books on it have been published.
Chinese farmers turn a new page as reading goes digital
According to the Chinese Academy of Press and Publication, of China's rural residents who read, 68.2 percent have accessed digital reading.
Xi's speech at key education campaign meeting to be published
The speech by Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, at a key meeting on May 31 to launch a campaign themed "staying true to our founding mission" among all Party members will be published Monday in the 13th issue of the Qiushi Journal.
Norway to remove VAT on electronic books
Norway said Wednesday that it will remove value added tax (VAT) on electronic books and streaming services from July 1 to make e-books in Norwegian language more competitive than those in English language.
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