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China pushing to get more books in global market
The China International Publishing Group recently organized a related seminar on publishing Chinese books.
Taiwan publishers invited to attend cross-Strait book fair
Publishers in Taiwan are invited to attend the annual book fair across the Taiwan Strait set for Sept. 20-22 this year in Xiamen, Fujian Province, according to fair organizers at a promotional event Tuesday.
Beyond going global
An episode of Topics in Focus was aired on China Central Television on June 7, prompting Chinese publishers to talk about how their industry could influence global readers.
Book depicting poverty alleviation in China's Tibetan region published
A new novel, depicting the battle against poverty in China's Tibetan areas, has recently been published in Beijing after the writer devoted 15 years to poverty alleviation on the plateau.
Tajik edition of 'Xi Jinping: The Governance of China' released in Dushanbe
The Tajik edition of the first volume of "Xi Jinping: The Governance of China" has been released in Dushanbe at a China-Tajikistan seminar on state governing, prior to the state visit of the Chinese president to the Central Asian country.
Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan awarded Oxford honorary fellowship
Chinese writer and Nobel laureate Mo Yan was awarded Wednesday the Honorary Fellowship by Regent's Park College, University of Oxford, in recognition of his contribution to Chinese and world literature.
Bilingual books aim to explain Peking Opera to foreign audience
A series of books in Chinese and English covering eight classic works of Peking Opera were recently released.
​'The Complete Works of Master Hsing Yun' published
The simplified Chinese version of "The Complete Works of Master Hsing Yun" has been published by New Star Press, a subsidiary of the China International Publishing Group.
Book on entrepreneur debuts at New York expo
A book featuring the story of a Chinese entrepreneur made its debut at BookExpo America on May 29 as the annual gala of the publishing industry kicked off in New York City.
Literature fest sparks rural reboot
An event set up by Jia Zhangke featuring leading proponents of a school of writing from Shanxi aims to place the province on China's literary map.
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