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Over 1,000 Chinese books on exhibition in Kuwait
The Chinese Embassy in Kuwait presented to the National Library of Kuwait (NLK) more than 1,000 books in English and Arabic.
US Columbia University Press launches Chinese literature book series
The Columbia University Press launched a book series titled "How to Read Chinese Literature" on Friday, with an eye to transforming the learning and teaching of Chinese literature, language, and culture in the English-speaking world.
​Rights holder won't give up 'Three-Body' series
The rights holder for "The Three-Body Problem" responded that they would develop the films and TV series with an open mind.
China warns against distortion of classic literary, art works
No websites should produce or spread items that distort, mock or defame classic literary and art works, according to a circular released by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) on Thursday.
Women's issues in focus at session with Spanish writer
The challenges faced by modern women was the subject of a public discussion recently between Spanish writer Rosa Montero and Chinese writer Zhang Yueran at the Cervantes Institute in Beijing.
Richard Flanagan and Yu Hua discuss writing
It is Saturday, when Australian writer Richard Flanagan meets Yu Hua for the first time during an event at a Beijing bookstore.
Amazon may tag US$1B for 'Three-Body' sci-fi series
The Hugo Award-winning Chinese sci-fi trilogy "The Three-Body Problem" may be made into a three-season TV series, the Financial Times reported yesterday.
India's eminent Hindi poet Kedarnath Singh dies
​India's eminent Hindi language poet Kedarnath Singh has died at the age of 84.
Contemporary literature helps West better understand China
​It's the first encounter between the worker-turned Chinese author Lu Nei and Britain's Yorkshire, land of White Rose. But the writer's novels about his fellow blue-collar workers in China struck a chord here.
Taiwan writer Li Ao dies aged 83
Taiwan writer Li Ao died at the age of 83 shortly before 11 a.m. Sunday, according to the Taipei Veterans General Hospital.
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