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December-14-2017
Chinese poet Yu Guangzhong dies at 90
Well-known Chinese poet Yu Guangzhong died on Thursday at the age of 90, according to Taiwan-based media udn.com.
December-11-2017
China launches first cyberspace writers' village
China has launched its first cyberspace writers' village to encourage the development of online literature, reports zjol.com.cn.
December-8-2017
Nobel Laureate calls for more diverse for better literature
Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature 2017 Kazuo Ishiguro appealed on Thursday that diversity is needed for better literature.
December-6-2017
Black woman artist wins Britain's Turner Prize
​Lubaina Himid, a key figure of the Black Arts Movement, was named as the winner of this year's Turner Prize for art on Tuesday evening at a ceremony in the northern English city of Hull.
December-5-2017
A New Chapter
​Although still about a month away from the onset of the coldest spell in Beijing's winter, late November mornings are fairly chilly. Yet the prospect of low temperatures did not dampen Diana Olenja's enthusiasm and excitement about visiting Beijing.
November-22-2017
Han Song's sci-fi novel wins top award
The World Chinese Science Fiction Nebula Award (2017) was won by Han Song's novel Exorcism.
November-22-2017
New system converts Mongolian hard copies into digital documents
Inner Mongolia University in north China has developed a new system to convert Mongolian paper documents into editable and digital versions, the university said Tuesday.
November-22-2017
Confucius archives go digital
More than 9,000 volumes from the former residence of Confucius have gone digital.
November-21-2017
What’s the story behind the publication of the second volume of Xi’s book on governance?
The second volume of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China was published by Foreign Languages Press on November 6. We interviewed four members of the English translation team of this book.
November-21-2017
First book on Jews in NE China published
A book on the history of the Jewish community in northeast China was published Monday in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang Province.
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