Pooling the efforts of a dozen experts on the history of the Communist Party of China, this photo album aims to explain why the Chinese people have chosen and followed the path of socialism, with Chinese characteristics.
Many single women could perhaps identify with this description: Starting the day sleep deprived, and peeking into the fridge only to find a withered apple.
A veteran British publisher and a Chinese writer share with Mei Jia their views on the type of Chinese books that appeal to Western readers.
A Dream of Red Mansions has been adapted many times to keep it popular.
Literature teacher Pauline Chen has revised the classic tale A Dream of Red Mansions to make it more accessible to a new generation of Americans.
CBI dates back to China-France Culture Year in 2004, when China took part in the Paris Book Fair as guest of honor.
Confucius from the Heart is based on Beijing Normal University professor Yu Dan's lectures on a popular CCTV show in 2006.
Foreign books have been flooding China since the May Fourth Movement in 1919. Over the years, translated books have become an important segment of the Chinese publishing industry.
The country's publishing industry is starting to see returns from its near 10-year going global campaign.
If you were touched by the 2007 movie of finding true love at the end of life, you can talk with writer Yu Hua and Spanish literature expert Chen Zhongyi at the book launch for the first authorized Chinese version of El Amor en Los Tiempos del Colera (Love in the Time of Cholera).
Popular young writer Di An has the pedigree to represent her generation as she emphasizes the individual rather than the group.
Book fair kicks off in Shanghai