Recently, People’s Literature Publishing House signed copyright cooperation agreement on “Readers” with 6 countries in 8 languages such as Russia, Germany, and India. Next year, “Readers” in 8 languages will be spread abroad.
On August 20, the First Annual Meeting of International Editorial Office was held by China Publishing Group in Beijing. Li Yan said, the establishment of international editorial office, as an approach of going international, is good for developing the advantages of the Chinese content and foreign channel operation.
“Currently, foreign people are more and more interested in Chinese traditional culture. The whole international publishing industry is looking for excellent content, be it Chinese or other countries. As long as the content is excellent, it can be borrowed and reformed, with huge possibility. ”
While translating a speech by the Chinese author Gerelchimeg Blackcrane during the 55th Bologna Children's Book Fair in Italy in March, Florence-based Jacopo Lasala choked up with tears, causing many audience members to also understand the emotions the writer was conveying through a story.
Shui Sheng started to work in a phenol factory as an apprentice when he was 20 years old. Under his master’s guidance, he learned the technics of making this chemical material in a toxic plant and got acquainted with fellow apprentice Gen Sheng and other employees.
Xue Er is a horse that Po Wa saves from a wolf pack. It lives a peaceful and pastoral life with Po Wa’s family in the Yehu Valley until one day, when war breaks out. Just as unfortunate as Xue Er is, the villagers of the Yehu Valley are attacked by the Japanese cannons.
Set in a small village in southern Shaanxi Province, this story follows the life of an old man (Lao Sheng)- a funeral singer- who has lived through the entire 20th century and witnesses life and death in the village. Jia Pingwa wants to do the same thing with this novel: tell the stories of the land and the people whose fates are deeply rooted in this land.
"One Belt and One Road," a major state strategy proposed by President Xi Jinping, is not only a descendent of the ancient Chinese Silk Road in terms of common development and a win-win concept of peace, but also builds a greater economic development platform that benefits more countries and regions.
One of China's most popular authors of children's fiction, Cao Wenxuan's works are typically set in the China of the 1950s and 60s, and feature children and animals as their main characters. His reputation abroad is on the rise, as seen on 4 April 2016 when he won the Hans Christian Andersen Award.
Mo Yan is the first Chinese writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature. With his regional literature works appearing suddenly in the 1980s, he is honored as a “root-questing” literary writer full of complicated feelings of “homesick”.
As a woman author, Tie Ning was born in 1957 in Beijing. With ancestral home in Hebei, she is a professional writer. She ever took the post of President of Writers Association of Hebei Province and Vice-Chairman of Chinese Writers Association. She was elected as Chairman of the Chinese Writers Association in 2006.
Mai Jia has published works since 1988. And he joined in Chinese Writers Association in 2005. He has authored saga novels Uncover the Secrets, Plot Against, Sound of Breeze; novel collections Zimiheimi, The Shaft, Military, Let's Masked People Speak, etc. Uncover the Secret won the Sixth China Book Award and nomination of the sixth Mao Dun Literature Award.