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​China's lucrative sci-fi awards seek entries
The second Science Fiction Planet Awards, boasting a prize pool of 6.65 million yuan ($910,000), are now actively seeking submissions.
​Three-Body Universe takes center stage at Worldcon
New projects are in the works for China's renowned sci-fi franchise "The Three-Body Problem," according to its rights holder and developer, Three-Body Universe, at the 81st World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon).
Algiers International Book Fair kicks off as Africa's literature takes center stage
​The 26th Algiers International Book Fair kicked off Wednesday evening at the Exhibitions Center in Algiers, drawing attention to the richness of the African continent's literature.
'China in Maltese Eyes' book launched in Valletta
​The English version of the book "China in Maltese Eyes" was launched in Valletta on Oct. 25, 2023.
Forum delves into sci-fi's role in shaping humanity's future
A key forum took place in Chengdu, Sichuan province, during the recent 81st World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon), delving into humanity's potential future and science fiction's role in shaping it.
Beijing authors share Chinese literature in London
The event "Writing China – Roundtable with Five Renowned Chinese Authors" was held at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Britain, on Oct 22nd.
French version of 'Forget Me' launched in Brussels
The official launch of the French version of the book "Forget Me" by Chinese author Xu Feng took place on Monday at the China Cultural Center in Brussels.
Chinese sci-fi history series debut at Worldcon
At the 81st World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon), the final volumes in the three-part series "Chinese Science Fiction: An Oral History" were unveiled. This collection chronicles the evolution of China's science fiction since the founding of the People's Republic of China, ensuring these memories endure for future generations.
Chinese writers make a hit in UK with English translations of works
Chinese writers, Liu Zhenyun and Liang Hong, met readers in London's Chinatown on Wednesday, following the recent publication of English versions of their works "One day, Three autumns" and "The Sacred Clan in the UK."
Frankfurt book fair provides window for understanding China
At the 75th Frankfurt Book Fair, which kicked off on Wednesday, the latest publications from China appeared as a favorable window for global readers to catch on to the ideas behind the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
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