Jim Bryant draws examples from Trajectory.com bookselling partners in China to argue that superior, localized metadata increases book sales — everywhere.
German literature has found surprising success in Taiwan, where several titles have become bestsellers and publishers are adding German-speaking editors.
Eric Yang, CEO of Korea’s RHK, reflects on the state of the Korean book market and the West’s inability to fully engage with Asian publishing — yet.
Thai publisher Trasvin Jittidecharak explains why fighting for and supporting freedom of expression in Asia is complicated by politics, culture and history.
In Malaysia, publishers like Buku Fixi and Lejen Press, are capitalizing on social media to find writers of pulp fiction, selling over 1 million copies.
China offers significant opportunities for English-language writers, says a new report produced by Nesta, The Literary Platform and Douban Read.
A new report from the BIZ Beijing, The Chinese Book Market 2015, provides a thorough understanding of trends in Chinese publishing.
South Korean publisher Chulganil is recalling copies of a book of children’s writing that features a poem by a 10-year-old about matricide.
Publishing executive Jeffrey Yamaguchi offers lessons learned during his first visit to China, the most important of which is just to go.
Tong Zhilei of ChineseAll.com discusses ebooks, UGC, and the evolution of digital publishing in China, growing at 40% each year, and valued at $40 billion.