Han Dong is participating in five events at the London Book Fair from April 16-18
If there's one thing Hifumi Arai can't give up, it's writing. The 50-year-old Japanese writer travels extensively, constantly switching between three languages.
China will be the focus at the Earls Court Exhibition Center from April 15 to 18 when the Chinese pavilion will take center stage as the market focus of the 2012 London Book Fair.
Three Key seminars and ten conversations at London Book Fair.
Pianist Lang Lang and violinist Lu Siqing are to perform together with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and New London Children's Choir.
New books to be launched in English during London Book Fair.
Fifty-two Chinese writers are to engage in extended exchanges with their foreign counterparts, readers, publishers, literary agents and translators. Listed are some of the events.
Shanghai-based translator Cao Ying celebrated his 90th birthday on Saturday and was given a new copy of Complete Novels of Leo Tolstoy.
Amazon announced in May 2011 that its e-book sales had surpassed those of paperbacks and hard covers combined, but it will be a while before Chinese publishers can make such a declaration.
Millions of books are sold every day in China in all forms, even as traditional publishers face off the competition from e-books and the online business module.
Jackie Huang became an instant star after her speech on the emergence of book agents in China and how they develop their business.
China will take the stage as the Market Focus of the London Book Fair in April, a senior Chinese official announced in the city on Wednesday.