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Reading out aloud
Audio files of Chinese texts read by well-known broadcasters are now available for students and teachers.
Young Chinese writer to launch historical fiction in New York BookExpo
Young Chinese American writer Rebecca F. Kuang is to sign her new book "The Poppy War" on Saturday at the BookExpo at Javits Center, New York City.
​Spittoon Poetry marks 3 years of literary exchange
Beijing-based literary group Spittoon celebrated the third anniversary of its international Spittoon Poetry Night, as well as the expansion of the group into multiple styles and media platforms, at a poetry reading and reception on Thursday.
Waking up to a masterpiece
Forged in a moment of madness and nearly derailed by a debilitating illness, A Yi battled against all the odds to see his first full-length novel make it into print.
Courting controversy
Jia Pingwa has been caught in controversies several times in his writing career that spans more than 45 years.
Drawn in the beauty of solitude
A 75-year-old American writer and a reclusive Chinese poet who lived 1,600 years ago have come together in an unlikely literary romance.
Lu Nei: Aiming for greatness
The acclaimed author of "Young Babylon" talks about writing in contemporary China.
China inaugurates workroom for Mo Yan
​The Chinese National Academy of Arts (CNAA) inaugurated seven workrooms for scholars and artists on Wednesday, with Nobel laureate Mo Yan included.
US literary giant Philip Roth dies at 85
​Philip Roth, the iconic American writer who had "offended" readers with pungent satire throughout his long literary life, has died at the age of 85 on Tuesday.
Educology book gets English edition
The English version of a book on educology that explores the relationship between life and practice was published in Shanghai on May 14, three years after the release of the Chinese version.
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