With 550 full-colored photos, the two books are to illustrate the Wenchuan earthquake's aftermath and give readers a real understanding of this natural calamity.
With 51 of Tsien's works published from 1938 to 1956, the collections addresses problems in areas including aerodynamics, stability of shells, rocket ballistics, and engine analysis.
The book applies fresh approaches of Q&A, addressing 15 questions that readers may find interesting about what's behind the CPC's achievements in the country.
It's a book that unveils the myth of China's urbanization and integration of rural and urban areas by world top futurist and Megatrends author John Naisbitt and wife Doris.
Several renowned experts from China and foreign countries gathered in London to discuss China's development model during the London Book Fair, exchanging views on its future.
Cambridge University Press launched a new series of works by Chinese scholars in English at the ongoing London Book Fair, which focuses on China this year.
Renowned Chinese film director Lu Chuan discussed Monday with his British counterpart Iain Softley the challenges in making films from literary works.
The four-volume book is Cambridge's latest title in its ambitious and influential series entitled The Cambridge China Library.
A meticulously chosen selection of representative poems from the oeuvre of one of China's most singular literary voices, this Chinese-English edition encapsulates Han Dong's journey as a poet.
A ready reckoner of sample works by some of the heavyweight authors attending London Book Fair 2012, the second issue of Pathlight magazine contains a fine selection of China's distinctive literary voices.
Ten utterly distinguished Chinese writers have penned a short story each, with the city of their choice serving as backdrop.
To help readers better understand modern China, China International Publishing Group (CIPG) now publishes more on contemporary Chinese topics.