Textbooks, George Orwell, and Karl Marx share spots on the Beijing campus’ 2016 report on favorite reads among students. And digital reading is up.
In international industry notes, a two-year deal with CEPIEC offers Ingenta publishers new access to China’s market and Springer’s Medicine Matters site launches for medical pros. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson Accessing the Chinese Scholarly Market ontent management specialist Ingenta, based in the UK and USA, has announced an agreement with Beijing’s China Educational Publications Import & Export Corporation (CEPIEC). The …
‘The real increase in sales has been the spread of business to Asia,’ says Lownie Agency author Roger Crowley. And China holds the key, says Andrew Lownie.
Copyright protection and enforcement are essential to US publishers’ ‘ability to compete in global markets,’ the AAP writes to the president-elect.
While translation of mainstream Chinese books may be struggling, English-language readers of popular online writings are funding their own translations.
Good translations of Chinese literature are hard to find. The Shanghai Translation Grants program is working to change that with grants to translators.
The Shanghai International Children’s Book Fair hosts the Golden Pinwheel for young illustrators and the Chen Bochui Awards for children’s book authors.
The Shanghai Children’s Book Fair opens this week with a global roster of speakers; Penguin Random House rolls out a plan to help employees pay off student loans.
The chairman of China South, one of China’s largest media groups, discussed his commitment to preserving reading culture in China and around the world.
With ‘roots in China’s social transformation,’ a newly evocative body of writing is developing in China, beginning with the global recognition of author Mo Yan.