A series of books examining the culture and history of Macao was launched on Tuesday at the Social Sciences Academic Press in Beijing.
Storyteller Peter Hessler embraces humor to depict life in China. Writing in first-person narrative, Hessler's work now appears online and elsewhere in Chinese.
Feng Jicai, a well-known author of "scar literature", "retrospective literature" and "culture novels", has won the 22nd Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award.
The Shanghai Book Fair will celebrate its 10th birthday with a bigger and longer session in August.
Traditional Chinese medical practitioners have often promoted the Chinese belief that foods have intrinsic "hot" and "cold" properties, but readers might be surprised to learn that the idea actually originated in Greece with the physician Hippocrates (460 BC).
Q & A with the investigator Robert King Wittman
After reading former FBI agent Robert King Wittman's book about tracking down art thieves, screenwriter and critic Shi Hang says Wittman is a real-life Indiana Jones.
Chinese writers under 30 are stepping into the limelight with the New Wave series released in June.
Retired academic Yi Zhongtian is embarking on his most ambitious project to date — a series of books detailing thousands of years of Chinese history.
Rana Mitter is determined to shed light on what is often seen in the West - although clearly not in China - as the forgotten war.
Christoph Rehage stepped out of his apartment in Beijing on his 26th birthday with the romantic notion that he could walk home to Munich, where his girlfriend was waiting.
A newly published novel written in the Shanghai dialect has aroused much interest in using the dialect in literature.