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Baby Boom to Chinese Publishing BoomBaby Boom to Chinese Publishing Boom On October 29, the Chinese government announced the end of its long-standing one-child policy. Every couple is now allowed to have two children. The one-child policy was put in effect more than 35 years ago, to control the fast-growing Chinese population. However, an aging population, shrinking workforce, and slowing economy have since led the government to ...

The E-book Market in China IntenseCompetition Gives Way to Orderly Expansion By Zhu Yeyang Digital reading technology has been widely embraced by the Chinese reading public: everywhere in China these days, one sees people reading books and news on mobile phones, e-readers, and other devices. Now, after a decade characterized by intense competition, the Chinese e-book market has entered a phase of fast-paced but ...

Chinese Interest in American Books Remains StrongPublishers continue to hunt for U.S. titles that appeal to the domestic marketBy Zhu Yeyang Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs—the only authorized biography of the Apple founder—went on sale in China at 10:05 a.m. Beijing Time on Oct. 24, 2011. Because of time differences, the Chinese edition was available in 30 Chinese traditional retail bookstores even before it was available in the United Sta...

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