As the term ‘Asian’ begins ‘to groan under the weight of its load’ of many cultures, Jennifer Shyue looks at Peruvian writers in translation.
The first event in a new webinar series looks at the ‘super powers’ each of three growing world publishing markets have to deploy.
The acclaimed Chinese author Mo Yan, has raced onto the bestseller list in China with his first book since his 2012 Nobel win, A Late Bloomer
At a conference in Beijing, publishers are asked to consider how their content could be reformmated for popular digital distribution systems.
With a reading festival already under way for a month, the Beijing trade show opens ‘phase one’ of its online evocation.
Titles in our latest Rights Roundup are by authors based in Sweden, Canada, the UAE, Iceland, the UK, Ecuador, and China’s Sichuan province.
After ‘almost a full semester’ of virtual classes, vacationing school students in China turned to recommended reading lists in July.
A Kuwaiti ministry no longer is to gauge content, as professors in the States worry about Chinese oversight of remote studies in Hong Kong.
The annual June 18 sales were perhaps somewhat subdued by the pandemic, in a month in which Chinese readers clung to favored authors and themes.
The ongoing implementation of Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong reportedly includes the removal of published content.