Todd Balazovic learns how a mixed group of book fans are binding together with their shared passion.
Xiaobai's new book is a dramatic novel in praise of Shanghai's concessions, dripping with historical details and vivid descriptions.
American crime writer Lawrence Block, 73, starts his Beijing tour with a joke, "Bonjour, I'm happy to be here in Paris."
Chinese and French writers shared views on their writing and understanding of the two cultures at a Beijing forum on Jan 21 and 22.
Editor Peter Goff, who launched the magazine in June, christened it MaLa (meaning "numb and hot") - "a title that is a bow to creativity, passion and originality", "a doffing of the cap" to the paper's "East and West collusion".
Blue of China is Europe's only publishing house dedicated solely to Chinese books.
The runaway success of Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" trilogy suggests that when it comes to contemporary literature in translation, Americans are at least willing to read Scandinavian detective fiction.
Writer Yi Xiangdong shows a rare sensitivity in his portrayal of the heroine of his latest novel, The Mou Manor.
Chen He is representative of a new breed of overseas Chinese writers who are gaining attention because of their diverse experiences and broad worldview.
The 'longlist' for Literary Prize raises strong hopes about future of East Asian writers of English books.
A set of books, pictorials and digital video discs on the history and culture of Labrang Monastery.
Images of a Civilization is a research project of a group of historians from the National Museum of Chinese History.