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October-31-2018
Most famous wuxia novelist Jin Yong's legacy will continue
The world famous Chinese martial arts novelist Louis Cha, also known by his pen name of Jin Yong, died aged 94 in Hong Kong on Tuesday and his legacy will continue to shine through in the coming years.
October-31-2018
Bookstore stuns with cave-like entrance, ethnic diversity
A new Zhongshuge bookstore is attracting many visitors for its unique designs in Guiyang City, Guizhou Province. 
October-31-2018
Chinese martial arts novelist Jin Yong dies at 94
Famous Chinese martial arts novelist Louis Cha Leung-yung, more widely known by his pen name Jin Yong, died at 94 at a hospital in Hong Kong on Tuesday.
October-31-2018
Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan delivers speech at Algiers book fair
The Chinese author Mo Yan, who won the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature, was invited on Tuesday to give a speech at the Algiers International Book Fair, the most important cultural event in the North African country.
October-30-2018
Jin Yong, renowned martial arts novelist, dies aged 94
China's most celebrated martial arts novelist Louis Cha Leung-yung, who is better known by his pen name Jin Yong, passed away on Tuesday, Hong Kong media reported.
October-30-2018
Karst landform inspires design of bookstore in Guizhou
The store in Guiyang has a collection of more than 10,000 books and many artworks made by local ethnic artists.
October-30-2018
Mo Yan awarded order of merit in Algeria
Algeria awarded Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan with the National Order of Merit Medal "El Athir" in honor of him and the Chinese culture.
October-29-2018
The science of a good story
Two months after the English version of Ball Lightning hit the international book market in August, sci-fi writer Liu Cixin headed for the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany.
October-27-2018
Chinese version of 'Dumont' guidebook published
The Chinese version of the guidebook series "Dumont" has been published by the Beijing Publishing Group (BPG) in Beijing.
October-26-2018
Shakespeare to take center stage to revive library
​A major project to connect Birmingham, Britain's second biggest city, with the region's rich Shakespearean heritage was given a big boost Thursday.
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