First, author Shin Kyung-sook apologizes for plagiarism; now, the founder of Gimm-Young Publishers is accused of embezzlement and cultish mind control.
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.
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.
The city of Incheon and the Frankfurt Book Fair will organize the Incheon EduContent Fair on November 12-15, 2015, to focus on education in Asia
Independent publishing and bookstores that offering indie press books are lone bright spots in an otherwise depressed South Korean publishing landscape.
A trio of international publishing sales executives reflect on the different attitudes toward book pricing across the world, wondering what the future holds.
UK rights experts and IPR License discuss why Brazil, Latin America, and Asia are emerging as promising rights territories for books.
South Korean education publishers see Latin America as a potential growth market for their popular English-as-a-second-language learning materials.
The launch of a new Haruki Murakami book has become an event around the world, with many translations appearing before an English edition.