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January-25-2020
Old book market stands out at Cairo International Book Fair
​At the 51st edition of the Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF), which was opened to visitors on Thursday, stands out a book market that sells second-hand books, film posters and photographs.
January-24-2020
China yearbook 2019 published
​The 2019 version of the Yearbook of the People's Republic of China (PRC) has been published.
January-24-2020
Chinese Consulate donates popular children's books to Christchurch libraries
​The Chinese Consulate General in Christchurch on Friday donated 100 popular children's books in China to the central city library, part of the citywide celebration of the Chinese New Year.
January-24-2020
Sales of printed books, magazines in Japan drop for 15th straight year in 2019
​Sales of printed books and magazines in Japan fell in 2019, marking the 15th successive year of decline, the Research Institute for Publications in Tokyo said in a report Friday.
January-24-2020
Chinese pavilion attracts Egyptians at Cairo book fair
The Chinese pavilion at the 51st Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF) targets cultural exchanges and interactions beside book selling.
January-20-2020
Bookstores hope to turn a new page
Bookshops are facing a new challenge from the online market.
January-14-2020
Chinese read an average of over 3 e-books in 2019
​Chinese people read an average of eight books, including more than three e-books, in 2019.
January-13-2020
New edition makes science fun for children
Guangxi Science and Technology Publishing House recently launched a new edition of children's science popularization book Wa! Kexue Haojiandan.
January-9-2020
China's book retail sales up 14.4% in 2019
​China's retail sales of books totaled 102.3 billion yuan (14.7 billion U.S. dollars) in 2019, up 14.4 percent year on year, said a report issued at the Beijing Book Fair.
January-8-2020
Blogger-author opens new chapter on marine biology
Zhang Chenliang's latest work-a two-minute video about the "myth" of crabs-was on the "hot search" list of the micro-blogging site on Dec 17.
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