The Terracotta Warriors in Xi'an are obviously a must-see, but so is "old farmer" Chen Zhongshi.
Xia Yu's autobiographical essay collection The Sound of Darkness is an immense dark cave, resounding with detonations, shrill sirens and harrowing wails.
Two international best-selling children's books have been introduced to young Chinese readers by Hachette-Phoenix, a French-Chinese joint publisher based in Beijing.
Beijing's Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, is steeped in history, dreams and tears, which are perfectly reflected in design.
It's dusk and Tuola the bear king makes his way down the mountain and arrives at a Lisu ethnic group village in Yunnan province.
Everything about Cao Yulan's life changed the instant the electrical pole crashed down on her mother's head during a violent thunderstorm.
Daphna Ziman is on a mission to help foster children, and she's picked a novel way to do it - novel, being the key word.
Like her two previous mysteries, In the Woods (2007) and The Likeness (2008), French's latest is set in Dublin and steeped in local history.
In the winter of 2002, she decided to concentrate on the writing of We Three, to fulfill the wishes of her daughter.
The book comes with a huge cast of real-life and fictional characters - tycoons, government officials, journalists, smugglers and fugitives.
The 100th birthday of Yang Jiang was a low-key affair for a celebrated writer and translator
Chinese authors are still struggling to carve a niche in the global gallery of contemporary literary greats.