Author and essayist Anne Applebaum told American publishers at their annual meeting that they have a role to play, both in Russia and China.
Three significant books on China’s bestselling fiction lists early in the lunar new year are buoyed by film and television.
Ready for free downloads, this is the fifth year of Amazon’s World Book Day giveaway in international literature, with seven translations.
Ten years after its inception, the Yale-based Windham-Campbell Prizes program is uniquely focused on ‘the love of writers and writing.’
Driven by winter-break extracurricular reading lists, China’s charts see familiar classics in fiction, humorous history titles in nonfiction.
The ninth iteration of the China Shanghai International Children’s Book is moving its 2022 dates to July, under COVID-19 restrictions.
In China, 2021 was a ‘grim’ year for physical bookstores, and online book sales also leveled off, according to research from Beijing OpenBook.
Avidly read history-and-humor series continued their hold on the nonfiction book consumer base in China at the end of 2021.
A new Beijing Open Book Report looks at what kinds of books Chinese editors are buying from abroad and sales of translated titles in China.
The Frank Herbert series may be finding a footing in the Chinese market, where series and relatively recent ‘classics’ are prized.