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July-13-2019
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.
July-12-2019
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.
July-11-2019
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.
July-9-2019
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.
July-5-2019
Mongolian literature collection published in China
A collection of Mongolian literature works was published in northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Thursday.
July-5-2019
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.
July-3-2019
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.
July-2-2019
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.
July-1-2019
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.
June-28-2019
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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