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Churchill's space essay praised by scientist
A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill shows he was uncannily prescient about the possibility of alien life on planets orbiting stars other than the sun.
Archives of Confucius's direct descendants to be published
Over 2,000 copies of archived records of the direct descendants of Confucius will be published over the next four years, authorities in the eastern province of Shandong said Sunday.
Chinese publishing houses attract many visitors at Cuba int'l book fair
At the on-going 2017 Cuba International Book Fair (FIL), the Chinese pavilion has been attracting many locals and foreigners, and has become one of the most-visited areas.
Chinese author 'wins Morocco award' in fake report
Officials have denied media reports that renowned author Liu Zhenyun won a so-called popular author's award in Morocco.
Zhuzhu and Her Village Library
After being a migrant worker for over 10 years, Wu Lizhu, nicknamed Zhuzhu, returned to her hometown in Lanbiao Village, Jieyang City, Guangdong Province, and set up a library free of charge for local kids.
Chinese author awarded Morocco's highest cultural honor
Liu Zhenyun has become the first Chinese author to receive Morocco's highest cultural honor.
Thousands of Cubans attend Havana Int'l Book Fair
In a scene now common every year, thousands of Cubans attended the XXVI Havana International Book Fair (FIL) inside the Fortress of San Carlos de La Cabaña.
Biography of Raul Castro wins top prize at Havana Int'l Book Fair
A biography of Cuban President Raul Castro, penned by Russian writer Nikolai Leonov, won the Grand Readers' Prize at the XXVI Havana International Book Fair (FIL) on Saturday.
Cuba's International Book Fair opens in Havana
Cuba's 26th International Book Fair (FIL) began on Thursday in an event that marked by a tribute to late former President Fidel Castro.
Books in Egypt struggle to survive price hikes, online copies
As the countdown is ticking for the conclusion of the 48th round of annual Cairo International Book Fair (CIBF), paper books in Egypt are still struggling to survive recent price hikes as well as prevailing legal and illegal online books.
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