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Broadcaster's book opens a new chapter
After years of broadcasting news on China Central Television, Kang Hui has become an item of newsworthy interest himself.
China opens first museum on ancient book repairing
​Southwest China's Sichuan Province Thursday unveiled the signboard of China's first museum on antique book repairing, an endangered craft vital to the country's huge inventory of ancient texts.
Chinese folk literature publication project unveils first batch of achievements
​A press conference unveiling the first batch of achievements of a Chinese folk literature publication project was held Wednesday in Beijing.
'Dream of the Red Chamber' exhibition offers encyclopedic view
Of all the classic Chinese literature, Dream of the Red Chamber is undoubtedly one of the most popular and adapted works.
Palace Museum launches new puzzle book
​The Palace Museum has rolled out its second puzzle book with interactive games that are artistically integrated with the museum's cultural relics and historical archives.
Jack Gao: The man who worked with giants
Top film executive Jack Gao's biography recently hit Chinese book stores, and he has now told why he wants to share his extraordinary life experiences with young people.
Book on 70-year history of PRC published
A book on the 70-year history of the People's Republic of China (PRC) has been published by the Contemporary China Publishing House.
New books published to 'simplify' China for foreigners
​Two books have been published in Shanghai to combine Chinese and Western perspectives on Chinese history and language, in the latest effort to make understanding China less difficult and more entertaining for foreigners.
China Today Magazine launches reading club in Lebanon
​China Today magazine on Friday launched a reading club in Lebanon, in a bid to enhance communication between the magazine and its Lebanese readers.
Symposium on promoting Chinese publications going global held in Beijing
A symposium focusing on "Chinese culture going global" took place on Dec. 10, in Beijing to discuss how to promote the culture internationally by translating and marketing more domestic publications to readers worldwide.
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