Blog Category - Books
Spittoon is now well established as one of the prime movers in Beijing’s flouris
Australian-American novelist Geraldine Brooks is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of March and a former Wall Street Journal for
Though Tom Keneally is best known as the Booker Man Booker Prize winning author of Schindler's Ark, which was adapted into the Academy Aw
Everytime I head out of Beijing, bookstores are the first thing on my list.
A US man's claim that reading Chinese web novels cured his drug addiction has been taken as a sign of China's rising cultural superiority.
As the first published author of New Zealand's Māori Aboriginal minority, Witi Ihimaera has taken tales that are very specific to his culture and
Today, Alec Ash is garnering acclaim for his debut book Wish Lanterns: Young Lives in New China, which intimately details the struggles o
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Comptoirs de France has released a bu
The fate of one of Beijing’s last bastions of English books is up in the air today as its parent company in Hong Kong has closed the doors on its
Over 200 people attended the launch of Beijing’s newest literary magazine on Saturday, November 12.
Standing on China’s southernmost borders, Yunnan’s cultural and culinary complexity have fascinated travelers for centuries.
Beijing's ravenous readers will be left wanting this coming March, as for the first time in a decade,...
Beer bars and craft breweries in five Chinese cities including Beijing will join together on Friday, November 4, for Super Beers for Books, also k
Many native English speakers struggle to understand Shakespeare, so how could the Bard's work ever catch on in the Middle Kingdom?
Who’d have thought that one of the world's most complex languages could be distilled into a silly meme?