The realities of the country’s rapid modernization are the stuff of fiction, and one sci-fi writer is chronicling their most dynamic dimensions.
Jin Ping Mei was one of the quartet of classic novels in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) before A Dream of Red Mansions replaced it in the subsequent Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
When Jessica Rudd wrote Campaign Ruby, she never thought that work of imagination would play out in real life.
"China is becoming everybody's business," says Douglas Kerr, professor of English at Hong Kong University.
Chinese writer Liu Xinwu's new edition of Qing author Cao Xueqin's "A Dream of Red Mansions" will be on bookshelves this month.
A delegation of seven British literary editors joined their Chinese counterparts at the China-UK Literature in Translation Forum held on Feb 22.
A novel portrays the ways in which humans can be beastlier than any other creature.
Chinese authors will join fellow writers from around the world at the nation's biggest literary feast.
Lisa Carducci has touched upon a core issue for most Western expats in China: How to live happily and meaningfully in the Middle Kingdom?
A book about China's contribution to the UN peacekeeping forces is a timely reminder of its increasingly influential role in world affairs.
Three works by Gao Yang (1922-1992) are being introduced to the Chinese mainland by Beijing Jiban Book company.
Tens of millions of Chinese grew up reading Zheng Yuanjie's fairy tale stories about Pipi Lu, the naughty but kind-hearted boy, and his little sister Lu Xixi.