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January-18-2017
Nobel laureate Mo Yan working on new novel
Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan said in an interview with Xinhua that he was working on a new novel, his first work after winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2012.
January-18-2017
Book captures scenes behind CCTV business documentary
A book based on China Central Television documentary "A Biz Date with the World" hit the shelves in China on Jan. 12.
January-18-2017
Architect builds understanding of Chinese style
Architect builds understanding of Chinese style
A Chinese architect returns to her homeland to discover the spirit of its vernacular architecture.
January-17-2017
New book on Chinese migration unveiled in Cuba
A revealing description of the Chinese migration to the Americas is written in the book "Traces of the Chinese on this side of the Atlantic," which was presented in Cuba's capital Havana Sunday as part of the activities celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year.
January-16-2017
Chinese classics listed into gaokao test range
Chinese classics listed into gaokao test range
An illustration for the 2017 national college entrance exam in Beijing was published recently, including six literary works in the scope of the exam.
January-13-2017
Book on Chinese zodiac serves as bridge for China-Argentina cultural exchanges
As Chinese communities worldwide are expecting the Spring Festival that falls on Jan. 28 this year, a new book is helping to bring the annual cultural celebration to life for Argentine readers.
January-13-2017
Ingrid Thoft delivers action-packed plot in 'Duplicity'
The private detective novel continues to explore contemporary hot-button issues, as Ingrid Thoft illustrates in her latest novel about Boston investigator Fina Ludlow.
January-13-2017
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Rifkind's new book recalls the Hong Kong handover
The autobiography of Sir Malcom Rifkind recounts the negotiations up to the return of Hong Kong to China on June 30, 1997.
January-13-2017
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A woman's fight to hail Eileen Chang in the West
Her work has inspired Oscar-winning director Ang Lee and she is considered one of the most important Chinese writers of the 20th century, but Eileen Chang has yet to make a major impact in the West.
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