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  • Chinese, English versions of China's 2010 yearbook published

    2011-01-13 16:03

    Chinese and English versions of the 2010 Yearbook of the People's Republic of China (PRC) have been published in China and abroad.The yearbook contains more than 100 color photos and is divided into 40 categories including national defense, diplomacy and economy.

  • Creator of popular comic books honored on Hollywood Walk of Fame

    2011-01-13 15:49

    A man who has published more than two billion copies of comic books and created Spider Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men and other Marvel Comics' characters, was honored with a dedication of a star on the famed Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday.

  • Children’s books grace fair in Beijing

    2011-01-12 15:30

    During the Beijing Book Fair, Children's books created from cartoons and involving games are attracting much attention.

  • China's publishing to go global

    2011-01-12 11:29

    China plans to export more than $1 billion worth of books, printed and digital, before the end of the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) period.

  • Top 10 popular Chinese books in 2010

    2011-01-11 17:34

    Here are our top picks, as compiled by Mei Jia and Yang Guang, after talking with some of the country's best-known critics and experts in the publishing industry.

  • Publishers of Chinese books predict boom

    2011-01-10 16:16

    China is targeting a year-on-year rise of 15 percent in its book export revenue in 2011 amid stronger government efforts to promote Chinese printed publications globally.

  • Chinese book exhibition kicks off in Nepali capital

    2011-01-10 16:14

    A four-day Chinese book exhibition kicked off in Nepali capital Kathmandu on Thursday with the aim of strengthening the Nepal-China bond.

  • A year's a long time in Chinese literature

    2011-01-10 13:52

    While the world's interest in Chinese books rises, readers in China seem to be increasingly discerning about what they read. Even as the country's publishing industry becomes more commercialized, and the Internet turns anyone who cares to circulate their thoughts into a writer, a broadening of horizons as to what constitutes literature is evident.

  • Reading pleasures

    2011-01-10 13:50

    Whatever the genre you fancy, the English-language book titles of 2011 are sure to delight, Chitralekha Basu says.

  • Works of a childlike heart

    2011-01-06 10:28

    Yang Hongying once met Thomas Brezina, an Austrian writer of children's detective books, at a forum. Facing questions raised by the media and young readers, Yang found most of their answers were amazingly similar.

  • If you're happy and you know it ...

    2011-01-06 10:27

    Known as 'China's J.K. Rowling', Yang Hongying's best-selling children's works are rapidly finding a foreign audience.

  • Fantasy and realistic fiction most popular among kids

    2011-01-06 10:24

    The winning works of the 8th National Children's Literature Award show the growing diversity and quality of original children's books in Chinese.