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July-19-2019
Alex Banayan's secrets for success
Alex Banayan has been on a quest to learn from the world's most successful people, detailed in his new book, "The Third Door." Now he shares his advice on how to attain your highest goals.
July-19-2019
Beijing book expo brings literature to the young
The fifth China Children's Book Expo, taking place in Beijing through July 23, explores new ways of introducing literature to the young in China.
July-19-2019
Private funeral held for Italy's renowned writer Camilleri
A private funeral was held in Rome on Thursday for Italian writer Andrea Camilleri, 93, the author of a renowned police series inspired to the character of Inspector Montalbano.
July-18-2019
30th Hong Kong Book Fair opens, focusing on sci-fi
The 30th Hong Kong Book Fair, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, opened Wednesday at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.
July-17-2019
China publishes book to explain its development in 7 decades
A book about the development of the People's Republic of China (PRC) since its founding has been published, the People's Daily reported Tuesday.
July-16-2019
Chinese online literature operators told to clear up pornographic content
Three Chinese online literature operators were asked on Monday to clear up pornographic publications on their platforms.
July-15-2019
Balzac exhibition opens in east China
An exhibition displaying more than 100 items related to Honore de Balzac, an eminent French novelist and playwright, was launched Sunday in Wuzhen, east China's Zhejiang Province.
July-14-2019
Book on linkages between migration and SDGs released
The Chinese version of "Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development", a book highlighting the linkages between the two, was released in Beijing on Saturday.
July-13-2019
Shenzhen holds marine life exhibition based on ancient book
An exhibition named "Marine Life in the Forbidden City" opened on Friday in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
July-12-2019
Translated literary works boost China, Mongolia cultural ties
China's four great classical novels, published in commonly-used Mongolian Cyrillic last year, are now among the collections that many readers in Mongolia are scrambling to buy.
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