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August-9-2018
Morocco to showcase culture at Beijing International Book Fair
Morocco will participate in an international book fair slated for Aug. 21-26 in China's capital Beijing, the Moroccan Ministry of Culture and Communication announced Wednesday.
August-7-2018
China stall draws many visitors at Brazil book fair
Sao Paulo kicked off its 25th biannual international book fair with a stand dedicated to Chinese literature and culture on Aug 3.
August-6-2018
Alternative reading methods inject new life into book industry
A "well-off," "motivated" and "knowledgeable" man spent over 13,411 yuan in the 1st half of the year on Ximalaya FM with favorite books.
August-6-2018
More bookstores to run 24 hours in Beijing
Eleven bookstores in Beijing will stay open overnight this summer, offering cool refuge and knowledge to readers.
August-4-2018
Idol's 80's love song inspires author
When Chinese writer Rao Xueman was still a teenager more than 30 years ago, she wrote a 10,000-character letter to her idol, a popular singer from Taiwan named Qi Qin.
August-3-2018
Chinese publisher to take action against Pinduoduo
People's Literature Publishing House has announced that it will take legal action against the online group discounter Pinduoduo for selling pirated books.
August-3-2018
Charting China's changes
Following the nation's story from the ancient text of I Ching right up to Xi Jinping's new era, Hugh Peyman's new book plots the country's rapid rise.
July-30-2018
Bookstore in Shenzhen creates new reading experience
As the first bookshop opened in the Chinese mainland, Benlai bookstore, is not only about delivering a service, but also an attitude.
July-27-2018
Reading the future
The National Book Expo recently returned to Shenzhen after a gap of around 20 years, rekindling memories.
July-25-2018
Realistic writing of Wang Meiying reflects era's glory
The great era in which Chinese people are now living is shaping our perspectives on reality, and it is a writer's responsibility to reflect the glory of the times, said Wang Meiying, a 51-year-old Chinese writer.
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