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Dictionary published on oral language of China's Oroqen
?A dictionary on the oral language of the Oroqen ethnic group has been published in China as part of efforts to preserve the endangered language, it was announced Thursday.
Revised novel on Palace Museum treasure published
?A revised version of the novel "Shou Zang," which means "treasure keeping" in English, has been published by the People's Literature Publishing House to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the Forbidden City, the now Palace Museum, in central Beijing.
20-volume book collection on Japanese invasion published
A collection of books documenting the Japanese invasion of China has been published by the Zhonghua Book Company.
New collection of stories about Shanghai receives praise
The Book of Shanghai, a new collection of short stories, presents a kaleidoscopic view of the city through the works of 10 authors in Shanghai.
New book reveals details of battle before Nanjing Massacre in 1937
A new book published in east China's Jiangsu Province has revealed details of the battle of defending Nanjing before the Japanese invaders occupied the city and perpetrated a massacre in late 1937.
Internet literature, art becoming part of mainstream in China
?With an increasing number of fine works being created, online literature and art are gradually becoming part of the mainstream, according to a report on China's art development in 2019.
Adding color to tales of the past
New approach sees book creators adapt ancient techniques to tell stories with a modern twist.
China sees rising collections in public libraries
?Nearly 1.12 billion volumes of books were collected by public libraries in China by the end of 2019, up 7.3 percent year on year, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Publication of online literature to see tighter regulation
Notice issued on further strengthening the administration of online literature publication.
Bookshop tells a story of hope
The 40-square-meter bookshop, Jetlag Books, sits at a corner of Taikoo Li Sanlitun North, a modern shopping area in Beijing. It is so small that new visitors might miss it at first.
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