Mo Yan, this year's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, arrives at the Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, as he is to leave for Sweden to accept the award, Dec 5, 2012.
Russia's annual Likhachov Prize achievement was awarded here Friday to Liu Wenfei, a scholar from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), and four top Russian contributors.
Dinosaur Bible: Stegosauria in Beijing was launched by the Hunan Science & Technology Press on Sunday.
Scotland has launched the first ever Book Week to encourage people of all ages to embark or continue on a reading journey, a government press release said on Tuesday.
Stephanie Tansey reveals the power of dialogue through nine stories about people working in different ways toward a sustainable Beijing in her new book Recovery of the Heart.
Photo taken on Nov 24, 2012 shows the Romanian version of Chinese writer Mo Yan's novels at the 19th edition of International Book Fair Gaudeamus, in Bucharest, capital of Romania.
Writer Hong Ying's new book, I Am a Gentle Cook, focuses yet again on love.
To advocate realism in writing, the China Writers Association is financing, publishing and promoting books of 20 writers from five different literary genres including the novel, drama and poetry.
A bimonthly comic magazine called Modern Party delves into the adult world by covering topics like politics, economics and even sex.
A year has passed since the unrest took place in Libya, but the chaotic days and nights still remain in the memory of every Chinese who went through the bruising conflict in early 2011.
The hilarious play is centered on a competition between a "civilized" rural teacher Lakunle and an Ibadan chief Baroka, "the Lion", to woo young pretty Sidi, "the Jewel".
From his hair to his words, a visiting African writer inspires with his individuality.