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Journey to the west
PK Mahanandia, the subject of the book, has been called a "Silk Road hero" for his feat, which spanned 3,600 km over more than 4 months in 1977.
Bookstores look at ways to survive
Over 240 bookstores from 85 cities around China are jointly exploring better ways to survive.
Online literature readers number 400 million in China
The number of China's online literature readers has increased to 400 million this year, almost half of the country's total online population, the Beijing Daily reported Monday.
Chinese books showcased on Manila Int'l Book Fair
Chinese books were on display on the 2018 Manila International Book Fair which kicked off at SMX convention center in the Philippines' capital on Wednesday, giving local readers a new window to understand China.
New reading app launched to empower young teachers
To mark China's 34th Teacher's Day on Sept 10, a free reading program for young teachers was launched by Youshu, a lifelong learning service provider.
Chinese textbooks teach kids in S. Sudan
More than 1.29 million English textbooks compiled by Chinese experts will be used by students in S. Sudan in the coming school year.
Chinese textbooks help with education in S. Sudan
As the new school semester approaches, more than 1.3 million copies of textbooks and teacher's guidebooks written by Chinese experts have arrived in South Sudan.
The new Confucian
Canadian scholar Roger T. Ames is pushing for Chinese culture to play a global role.
Children's classics an effort to tap global market
A set of Chinese children's literature classics was published in Beijing last week.
Devils in the details
Jin Yucheng is known for his impressive memory, his fantastic stories and his ability to recount them in vivid detail.
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