Carlin Romano last visited China 25 years ago, when he spent two days in Guangzhou, Guangdong's provincial capital.
In his latest book, literary critic and writer Carlin Romano has taken a bold attempt to overthrow cliches about Americans.
Wole Soyinka — the first African writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature — kicked off his first visit to China on Monday.
Mo Yan, China's first Nobel literature laureate, could see his income exceed 200 million yuan ($32 million) this year.
The Practitioner of Snow is the first of Japanese writer Yoko Tawada's books to be published in China.
English author Dick King-Smith is known for his children's books, such as The Sheep-Pig, which was adapted into the movie Babe.
All About Tea in China is an English-language encyclopedia-like volume about Chinese tea that introduces tea drinking, tradition and teahouses.
Ken Liu's science fiction awards bring global attention to Chinese authors of the genre, but he views himself as an American writer working in the Western literary tradition.
A Chinese girl is suddenly swept off her feet by a handsome foreign traveler who rides into town one day on his trusty steed. Their romance, plenty of drama, is now packed in a book.
Martin Jacques says China doom-mongers were dismissive when he argued the former Middle Kingdom would have a central role in shaping the 21st century.
Lin Wen-yueh, a prominent Japanese-Chinese translator from Taiwan, is coming to Guangzhou on Oct 21 to share her experiences in translating The Tale of Genji, a world-renowned Japanese classical literature.
J.K. Rowling spoke for just over an hour at Manhattan's Lincoln Center to promote her first novel for grown-ups, The Casual Vacancy.