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Chinese classic violin works of past century published
A collection of classic violin works of Chinese composers over the past century has been published, the People's Daily reported Thursday.
Finding a new secret to success
Master author Mai Jia has dropped the spy genre entirely to focus on his vision of propelling Chinese literature to the top of the global stage.
Literature exchange to deepen understanding between Malaysia, China
Literature exchange including book translation and publication into each other's languages could deepen mutual understanding between Malaysia and China, Malaysian Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching said on Tuesday.
Flemish author Bart Moeyaert wins Swedish award for youth literature
Bart Moeyaert, Flemish child and youth book writer and poet, was on Tuesday announced as the winner of the 2019 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, an international prize for children's and young people's literature.
Spanish writer Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio dies, aged 91
Spanish writer Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio passed away on Monday at the age of 91, his publishers confirmed to Xinhua.
Chinese Bookshelf launched in Athens bookstore
A special bookshelf dedicated exclusively to China was set up in a central Athens bookstore on Friday.
Mai Jia unveils new book deciphering codes of human nature
Chinese espionage writer Mai Jia has said his new book, initially titled "Rensheng Haihai" (life is ocean-wide), tells of a struggling man's "friendship" with his own fate.
A French writer's 'Chinese Dream'
​"China has realized the dream of gradually lifting its population out of poverty, and that's an incredible achievement," Sonia Bressler, a French writer and sinologist, told Xinhua in a recent interview.
Books on Chinese classics boom in 2018
China saw a surge in the sales of books on the Chinese classics last year, especially those designed for children.
Poverty relief program to encourage Chinese writers to visit rural areas
The China Writers Association on Thursday launched a poverty relief program together with a domestic enterprise to encourage more Chinese writers to visit rural or less developed areas.
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