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Jamaican poems published in China for first time
"Poems from Jamaica," the first ever Jamaican poetry translated and published in China, was released in March 2020.
Brick-and-mortar bookstores seek upgrades amid epidemic
In the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing, a city of literature named by the UNESCO, Yihe Bookstore launched a live streaming session on China's video-sharing platform Douyin to reach its readers on World Book Day.
Children's books about anti-coronavirus fight to be solicited for free read
About ten Chinese publishers joined a campaign to solicit children's books about the ongoing fight against novel coronavirus and make them online free for global readers.
World Book Day celebrated online
?The COVID-19 pandemic and the global response to it have severely limited public celebration of this year's World Book Day but online activities are still underway to promote the power of reading.
What Chinese read in time of coronavirus
?While the public is advised to reduce unnecessary trips to indoor shopping centers in Beijing for the time being, some enthusiastic readers can hardly wait to visit their favorite bookstores again.
Tech-driven digital reading gains more momentum in China
?Boosted by high-tech and promotion of e-commerce giants, digital reading has gained increasing momentum as mainstream among Chinese people, according to a national reading report revealed ahead of the 25th World Book and Copyright Day which falls on Thursday.
Book on immigrants in America becomes bestseller
?A book on immigrants in America has become one of the best-selling books on U.S. e-commerce platform Amazon.
Libraries to mark World Book and Copyright Day
National Library of China, together with libraries nationwide, will hold online knowledge-sharing activities to mark 25th World Book and Copyright Day.
Over 80% Chinese minors read books in 2019: survey
About 82.9 percent of Chinese minors under the age of 17 read books in 2019, 2.5 percentage points higher than in 2018, according to a national reading survey released Monday.
Over 79% Chinese adults read via digital channels in 2019: survey
Over 79 percent of Chinese adults said they read through digital channels in 2019, up 3.1 percentage points from the previous year, according to a reading survey unveiled Monday.
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