Publishing Perspectives Renews Partnership with China Publishers Magazine

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By Hannah Johnson

On Monday, January 4, a delegation of Chinese publishing professionals and government officials from the Hunan province traveled to New York to celebrate the partnership between Publishing Perspectives and China Publishers Magazine.

Hannah Johnson, publisher of Publishing Perspectives, and Su Jianke, Director of China Publishers Magazine, sign the partnership contract

Hannah Johnson, publisher of Publishing Perspectives, and Su Jianke, Director of China Publishers Magazine, sign the partnership contract

For the last three years, Publishing Perspectives has worked with China Publishers Magazine, a leading trade magazine for the Chinese publishing industry, to produce and distribute special reports on the Chinese book market. This partnership was renewed at a contract signing ceremony that took place at the Goethe-Institut New York.

During this event, the parent companies of Publishing Perspectives and China Publishers Magazine (Frankfurt Book Fair and China South Publishing & Media Group, respectively) also signed an agreement to explore joint opportunities in the field of international publishing.

Juergen Boos, director of the Frankfurt Book Fair, and Gong Shuguang, Chairman of China South Publishing & Media Group, sign a cooperation agreement

Juergen Boos, director of the Frankfurt Book Fair, and Gong Shuguang, Chairman of China South Publishing & Media Group, sign a cooperation agreement

We at Publishing Perspectives are looking forward to working with our friends and partners in China to bring you more news and information about China’s vast and dynamic book market.

If you are interested in particular aspects of the Chinese market, get in touch with us. We’ll collect your queries and answer your questions in the form of articles and special reports here at Publishing Perspectives.

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Hannah Johnson

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Hannah Johnson is the Publisher of Publishing Perspectives. Before joining PP in 2009, she worked as Project Manager at the German Book Office New York.