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Amazon launches English version of 'Happy Dreams'
"Happy Dreams" is the English version of Chinese author Jia Pingwa’s book "Gaoxing."
Good literary works should value reality: Special Book Award winners
The Forum of the 11th Special Book Award of China & CCTSS Writing on China and International Communications Seminar was held in Beijing on Wednesday.
Bi Feiyu awarded French Order of Arts and Letters
The French Ministry of Culture awarded the Order of Arts and Letters to Chinese writer Bi Feiyu on Aug 21.
Guo Jingming files libel complaint against alleged victim
China's best-selling writer and film director Guo Jingming hit back with a libel complaint against the alleged victim accusing him of sexual molestation.
Think tank explains China through publishing cooperation
China should strengthen cooperation with other countries in the fields of philosophy and social sciences, Cai Fang, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) said Wednesday.
Beijing Int'l Book Fair opens with heavy Belt and Road presence
Over 300,000 newly published books from around the world, including 28 countries and regions along the Belt and Road routes, are on display at the 24th Beijing International Book Fair, which opened Wednesday.
English, French editions of Xi Jinping's book launched in China
The English and French editions of a book authored by Chinese President Xi Jinping were launched in China by the Foreign Language Press in Beijing on Wednesday.
Best-selling writer accused of sexual harassment
Guo Jingming, one of the best-selling young writers in China has recently found himself embroiled in charges of sexual harassment. The accuser, Li Feng, is Guo's peer who is alsoquite well known in literary circles.
Book highlights Xi's seven years in Shaanxi village
A newly published book of the seven years that President Xi Jinping spent at a poor village four decades ago has gained popularity soon after its debut, with many analysts saying the book is encouraging and enlightening.
Readers flock to find errors in books, get free copies
Chinese flocked in large numbers to bookstores in Beijing on Saturday, despite the heavy rain.
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