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July-20-2018
China's national book expo opens in Shenzhen
The 28th National Book Expo kicked-off in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on July 19, 2018.
July-19-2018
China's national book expo opens in Shenzhen
​The 28th National Book Expo kicked off in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on Thursday.
July-19-2018
China's largest unmanned bookshop
China's largest unmanned bookshop, applying technologies like facial recognition and mobile payment, opened to the public in south China's Shenzhen on July 18, 2018.
July-19-2018
Beijing subsidizes brick-and-mortar bookstores in digital era
Beijing municipal government will hand out 50 million yuan (7.46 million U.S. dollars) in subsidies every year to help brick-and-mortar bookstores survive in downtown areas.
July-18-2018
English language book detailing Chinese research on Japanese Unit 731 published
​An English language book on the Japanese World War II biological and chemical warfare research base known as Unit 731 has been published by British publisher Fonthill Media, one of its authors told Xinhua this week.
July-18-2018
5 books that won't fail to pique your interest
Summer vacation is not only a great time for travel, internship or watching the World Cup-but also best time to kick back and catch up on some reading.
July-18-2018
Decoding the language of the young
A new book titled The Book of Wallbreaking: Keywords in Chinese Internet Subcultures tries to make sense of what the younger generation is saying.
July-17-2018
Marvel's Chinese superheroes set for US debut in 2019
Marvel's first Chinese superheroes will debut in the United States in Spring next year.
July-15-2018
Chinese-American writer inspired by true story of 'Flying Tiger'
"World War Two... China... One cousin's courage, another's determination to help a wounded American pilot." Chinese-American writer Iris Yang's heartwrenching story is now a hot sale in the United States.
July-13-2018
Classical text gets novel treatment
Liu Xinwu releases a six-volume series of his guide to A Dream of Red Mansions for young readers, featuring hand-drawing illustrations by Zheng Qinyu.
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