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Hong Kong Bookseller Confesses Sneaking Into China
Belt & Road Initiative Opens Doors in Middle East for Chinese Authors

People wait in line for a reading pavilion at Knowledge Square in front of Shanghai Library on March 5, 2017.
Reading Pavilion Becomes Popular in Shanghai

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'A Dream of Red Mansions' Expert Feng Qiyong Dies at 95

Chinese author Cao Wenxuan has received the so-called Nobel Prize for children's literature.
Cao Wenxuan Named First Chinese Author to Claim Prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Prize

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More literary works of Chinese authors are being adapted into films and theatrical works.
Cao Wenxuan's Books to Get Movie, Theater Adaptations

Yang was the first Chinese translator of the classic Spanish novel
Prolific Writer, Translator Yang Jiang Dies at 104

China's Shanghai Kunqu Opera Troupe performs a classic folktale,
Classic Chinese Play 'Peony Pavilion' Sets Off Global Tour

According to industry monitor OpenBook, the market value of printed books rose by 10 percent in 2014 and 12.8 percent in 2015.
Majority of Chinese Prefer Reading Printed Books: Survey

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