Top 15 most marketable foreign writers in China

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   Inamori Kazuo 稻盛和夫


 Royalty Income: 2.35 million yuan (US$0.37 million)

Bestseller: the "The Principles to Living" series

Born in 1932, Kazuo Inamori is a Japanese entrepreneur and the founder of two World's Top 500 companies: Kyocera Corporation and KDDI Corporation. Known as one of the four Japanese sages in management, Inamori graduated from Kagoshima University in 1955 with a B.S. in Applied Chemistry. At the age of 78, he became the chairman of Japan Airlines, which went bankrupt in January 2010, aiming to help reshape the debt-ridden company.

Inamori wrote nearly 20 books, with his most representative ones: "The Principles to Living" and "The Principles of Working." Acclaimed as Japan's top self-help book in the 21st century, his four-book series based on his personal experience, "The Principles to Living," presents his reflections, insights and outlook on life, including his formula for success for both enterprises and individuals.

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