Ya Ding is a man of many titles, but all of them are connected with one country - France.
The China International Translation Contest 2013, launched recently in Beijing, is calling for entries from skilled translators from home and abroad.
A book detailing the Tokyo War Crime Trials was published for the first time on the Chinese mainland on Sept 2, marking the 68th anniversary of China's victory on the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-45).
Experts say publishers are driven by profits, call for classification system.
A program brings foreign writers to Shanghai in hopes that the city would help shape their works. Some came with specific goals: To find good places to kill time, to get lost or to discover new characters.
A translation contest of contemporary works in Chinese language was launched Monday to expand the country's cultural influence.
Veils, robes, conservative and distant. If you still think of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia this way, it's time to refresh the stereotype.
Over 2,000 publishers from 76 countries and regions take part in the 20th Beijing International Book Fair in Beijing.
Chinese Calligraphy, an established step-by-step set of textbooks on the title subject is releasing its international versions.
Aydos Amantay, a young Kazak writer who grew up in Beijing, pulls the reader's heartstrings with his passionate confession about the loss of his cultural roots.
A mobile library is proving popular with book lovers in Shijiazhuang.
Shanghai's Metro Line 2 is turning a new page with a library taking literally an online approach.