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2 artists living a life 'Elsewhere' - Book in China
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2 artists living a life 'Elsewhere'

The comic book "Elsewhere" invites two artists from different countries to create stories on the same topic, so as to raise the issue of cultural differences in fun and humor.
Hello, Matti! Why are Finns such introverts? - Book in China
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Hello, Matti! Why are Finns such introverts?

Finnish graphic designer Karoliina Korhonen was puzzled and curious when she first learned her comic book "Finnish Nightmares" was well-received in China.
If poetry is food for her heart, flesh is her favorite appetizer - Book in China
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If poetry is food for her heart, flesh is her favorite appetizer

"It's a book about my relationship with my father. About growing up and becoming someone who eventually grows to be more comfortable with becoming Canadian," says Sonia Di Placido.
Returning home to an unrecognizable cityscape - Book in China
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Returning home to an unrecognizable cityscape

Helen Zia's mother left Shanghai in 1949 and did not return until well into her 70s. She had not spoken of her experiences for decades.
Dinosaurs and polar explorers wow LitFest audience - Book in China
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Dinosaurs and polar explorers wow LitFest audience

The LitFest at M on the Bund is in full swing. The week is chock-full of authors sharing their knowledge and experience about writing.
Chinese novelists blossom late overseas - Book in China
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Chinese novelists blossom late overseas

The Man Booker International Prize announced its long list of 13 novels recently, including Chinese novelist Can Xue's 2013 novel "Love in the New Millennium." 
Love, life and dinosaurs at literary festival - Book in China
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Love, life and dinosaurs at literary festival

This year's Shanghai International Literary Festival boasts a lineup of authors with diverse backgrounds, such as Pulitzer Prize for History recipient Edward Larson.
Old people's home inspiration for Chinese writer's success - Book in China
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Old people's home inspiration for Chinese writer's success

Tian Er become the youngest writer to get Lu Xun Literary Prize in 2007, at the age of 31. 
New book records stories from an ever-evolving metropolis - Book in China
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New book records stories from an ever-evolving metropolis

"Records of Shanghai" is an anthology of 40 short non-fiction pieces based on interviews with dozens of locals, who helped build the city's industries.
Reform from a foreign perspective - Book in China
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Reform from a foreign perspective

A new book tells the stories of expats who witnessed the changes over four decades since China launched the reform and opening-up policy.
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