The furore over Cambridge University Press and Chinese censorship has brought to the forefront an issue that has been going on under the radar for... Read more
A new censorship crackdown in China has led to Beijing officals checking all books being printed in the country for maps, causing delays of up to... Read more
The overall book retail market in China rose 11.3% year-on-year in 2018, according to a survey conducted by data company Openbook, cited by Chinese book... Read more
British publishers experienced “extraordinary” interest in their titles at last week’s Shanghai International Book Fair, with Chinese buyers particularly interested in picture books and science... Read more
An investigation has reported that thousands of agency workers who make Amazon’s Echo smart speakers and Kindles in China have been hired and paid illegally.... Read more
China’s biggest online publisher, China Literature, part-owned by e-commerce giant Tencent, is planning an English-language expansion.
The Booker Prize Foundation has reversed its controversial decision on how to list Wu Ming-Yi’s nationality on its website following a row over the situation.... Read more
The Man Booker International Prize has drawn controversy for changing the nationality of one of its longlisted authors from “Taiwan” to “Taiwan, China”.
Zhang Yuntao, the editor-in-chief of China's Daylight Publishing House, discusses the country's children's book market with Tom Tivnan.
The Beijing International Book Fair announcement that it is to launch a dedicated children’s stream to run alongside its main event has underscored China’s burgeoning... Read more