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First chapter of enormous Chinese music encyclopedia complete
The Chinese Conservatory of Music and People's Music Publishing House have spent the past four years compiling the first chapter of the China Music Encyclopedia, a book which covers 14 categories, including traditional Chinese music theory, Chinese music history, Chinese music education and Chinese music performance.
15th Wenjin Book Award announces winners
?A total of 15 titles have bagged the Wenjin Book Award, China's top-notch book honor, the National Library of China (NLC) announced Wednesday.
Large-scale outdoor book fair kicks off in Sofia
The eighth edition of the "Alley of the Book -- Sofia," a large-scale outdoor book fair, opened here on Monday, with the participation of about 100 of the Bulgaria's leading publishers and booksellers.
The charm of old, yellowed pages
Meet the people who find joy in collecting old tomes and publications filled with tattered pages and scribblings by previous owners.
Exhibition on ancient book restoration opens
An exhibition on ancient book restoration, the largest of its kind in the country, opened at the National Library of China Tuesday.
'The Three-Body Problem' to be adapted as Netflix series
?China's cultural company Yoozoo Group and the U.S. streaming giant Netflix announced Tuesday that they would jointly launch a new dramatic series inspired by the Hugo Award-winning sci-fi trilogy "The Three-Body Problem."
New edition of top Chinese dictionary published
A symposium was held in Beijing on Tuesday to mark the publication of the 12th edition of the Xinhua Dictionary, the most authoritative Chinese language dictionary.
China sets up committee for written works copyright protection
The Copyright Society of China on Saturday set up a working committee on copyright protection of written works in Beijing under the guidance of the National Copyright Administration.
Over 17.5 mln authors committed to online literature creation
More than 17.5 million writers have been engaged in the creation of online literary works since the advent of Internet-oriented novels over two decades ago in China, the People's Daily reported Wednesday.
Words turn small town lifestyle into a big story
Author Lin Peiyuan peppers his work with the salty, wet atmosphere of the small town by the sea.
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