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    • Geography & the Environment
      May 2014

      As Dead as a Dodo

      by Shen Fuyu

      Winner of the “China’s Most Beautiful Book Prize” in 2014. Dead As a Dodo tells the stories of 30 species which have already died out or are currently threatened with extinction.     The last dodo died in 1681 by gunshot.  Mauritius, the last passenger pigeon on earth died in 1914 in the United States in her cage at the Cincinnati Zoo. The animals described in this book are gone, we are still here. After closing the book, everyone will ask:  what kind of pain has our behavior brought to the earth? Have we overdrawn our future for the sake of temporary benefits?A lonely human being is a sad human being and every time we kill an animal, we take another step toward global loneliness.   Each story in the book is accompanied by beautiful and touching illustrations from the hands of the painter Wei Eternity.

    • February 2014

      Biography of First Emperor of Qin

      by Wu Fangsi

      Qin Shi Huang is the first emperor in Chinese history, known as the reputation of eternal emperors. But his controversy has never stopped. Is he the great man who unifies China or is the sinful sinner? Law makers or eternal tyranny? He unified the six nations and founded the monarchy. On the one hand, he emphasized the rule of law and on the other hand suppressed opponents and burned books and books ... All kinds of contradictions were focused on the First Emperor. The book's author, Frances Wood, will tell us from the perspective of a Western historian about the most important man in Chinese history, the controversial legendary life of China's true founder.

    • June 2016

      Chenxi’s Travel Note:The life change and travel film

      by Shi Chenxi

      If you are bored with the changeless life, if you are unhappy with the working time, but you still have dream and desire to realize it, maybe you can browse it. This is not a pot of chicken soup for the soul and not going to propagandize anything to you, also, this is not a travelling application to tell you how to book ticket and hotel. What the book desire to do is to demonstrate a story of a young girl’s travelling experience, it’s warm, detailed, confused but also objective and cruel. From 21 to 28, the author spent 7 years visit 50 countries. The book is the best answer for her youth and growth. This is not only about the travelling, it is a book try to experience other nation’s culture, customs, life style and family relationship. Through the these differences aims to tell the audiences that life can be vibrant and different, encourage young people to pursue what they want.

    • August 2017

      Community of Common Destiny—Chinese Program in Global Governance

      by Wang Fan, Ling Shengli

      Chinese President Xi Jinping mentioned the community of common destiny more than 100 times on important occasions both at home and abroad and elaborated on the connotation.This book tries to "Community of Common Destiny-Chinese Program in Global Governance" as the tittle, through ‘Community of Common destiny’ to illustrates a new international outlook" "New ideas, new measures: a win-win sharing of Chinese wisdom" . In recent years, China has built its community of peripheral destinies and taken part in the practice of global governance to explain China's determination and ability to safeguard world peace, promote global development and build a new international order, and further establish a good image of China as a responsible major power.

    • December 2014


      by Wang Qingwei

      It was the first long novel describing the Yao nationality’s life in China. The book based on DuJie, which is an ancient grown-up ceremony of the Yao nationality, introduces the life, customs and habits of Yao nationality to readers.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2015

      Economy of The Powerful Nation Under the New Circumstance

      by Zhang Zhanbin, Zhou Yuehui

      By using understandable language, and cases as supplement, it systematically illustrated the new opportunities and challenges faced by China when marching towards economic giant from economic power. On the basis of multi-angle analysis towards Chinese economic situation, the book demonstrates a depth research and an analysis towards how to respond and adapt to the new circumstance.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      August 2013

      Everyone Ask Everyone

      by ONE Studio

      A collection of nonstandard answers to more than 100 questions asked by ordinary people from every corner of society. These questions, such as “How to be out of ordinary?”, “Who cost the most much money on online shopping?” and “Is there a love bible?”, cover every aspect of our society and daily life – music, movies, sex, gossips, social affairs, etc.

    • Fiction
      August 2014

      Let Me Always be with You

      by Zhang Jiajia

      Acclaimed writer Zhang Jiajia’s latest novel. The heroine in the story is a golden retriever named Mercy, who lives in a friendly neighborhood and has many friends. She is kind and courageous, except for the fear of leaving her owner, a man she called Old Daddy and loves so much. Copyright in Korean, Thai language and traditional Chinese has been sold.

    • Fiction
      April 2011

      Library of Chinese Classics :Lao Zi

      by Chen Guying

      "Lao Tzu", also known as "moral classics," Taoist classics, according to legend, is the late Spring and Autumn Chu people Lao Ji, all received a total of 81 chapters. Lao Tzu is a speech collection of Lao Tzu's philosophical thoughts, systematically expounding Lao Tzu's outlook on the universe, politics and epistemology. "Tao" is the basic category in which Lao Zi-Zhe does not think. Lao-tzu believes that "Tao" is the origin of the universe. It is independent of anything else and changes constantly and continuously. And "virtue" Is the concrete application of "Tao" in life, social and political life. The English translation of this book is one of the more influential English versions, with some revisions made in the book. The book is accompanied by the silk book Laozi unearthed in the Mawangdui Han Tomb of Changsha in 1972.

    • Fiction
      December 2017

      Library of Chinese Classics :Selected Poems of Libai

      by Xu Yuanchong

      Li Bai is the greatest romantic poet in our country in the Tang Dynasty. Romanticism, as a trend of literary thought, is a social product of Europe from the late 18th century to the early 19th century. However, as a traumatic method, like realism, it is produced simultaneously with literature and art. Realism pays more attention to the portrayal of objective things, while romanticism focuses more on the expression of subjective feelings. With the Chinese poetic term "Fu Beixing" to describe the use of realism works more method, the use of romantic multi-Xing method. The use of Bi Xing is a major feature of Li Bai's poetry. Li Bai is a poet representing the Tang Dynasty culture. The ancient northern Yellow River valley culture in the philosophical thinking, with Confucius "Analects" as the representative, in the literary arts, the realist "Book of Songs" as a typical. The southern culture in the Yangtze River Valley, the philosophical representative is Lao Tzu "moral classics", and the typical literary style is "romantic". Li Bai, on the other hand, is a typical representative of the integration of North and South cultures.

    • Fiction
      September 2009

      Library of Chinese Classics :The Classic of Tea

      by Jiang Xin, Jiang Yi

      The Book of Tea is written by Lu Yu, who is hailed as the "Tea Saint." It was written in the first year of Jianzhong in the Tang Dynasty (AD 780). As the first tea in China and even in the world, "The Book of Tea" pioneered the Chinese tea ceremony and the precedent for the tea "writing study and learning", and its historical and cultural value has so far been unmanned. "The Book of Tea," a comprehensive account of planting tea, picking tea, tea, tea, tea, recorded tea, Yong tea and other rich content. "Continued Tea" Written in the "Book of Songs" was born about a thousand years later, the author is Qing Dynasty scholar Lu Tingcan. "Continued Tea" followed the "tea by" way, the word number is "tea" ten times. This tea monograph collects Luo Hongfu on the historical materials of tea after the Tang Dynasty, which has fine examination, clear definition and high academic and historical value. "The Book of Songs" and "Continuation of the Tea" is a pair of tea culture books in natural sciences and social sciences, material and spiritual clever combination of the shiny treasure. The translation of this translation and English translation by the Dalian University of Technology College of Foreign Languages Jiang Yi, Professor Jiang Xin completed.

    • Fiction
      January 2009

      Library of Chinese Classics :The Romance of West Chamber

      by Wang Shifu

      The "West Chamber" of Wang Shih-fu in the Yuan Dynasty was a masterpiece of Chinese classical opera and a masterpiece of Chinese literature. The theme of the drama is the love story of the young scholar Zhang Huan and the late Ying-Ying, the daughter of the 19-year-old Cui Xianguo. The whole play is divided into five (screen) twenty (field). The first Zhang Ying and Ying Ying in the temple at first sight. The second to write Zaibing siege filled homes, Zhangsheng rescue, Mrs. Cui allow her daughter Yingying with Zhangsheng wife, then eat their own words. The third one to write a pair of lover Acacia sponge. The fourth the first Valentine's tryst Valentine's Day; the second letter of Mrs. Choi to Changsheng Beijing exam, the high school after the wedding; the third Valentine's leave, Zhang went to Beijing to attend the meeting; the fourth fold of the lover dream phase Will be done. The fifth to write a couple reunion. In short, "The Romance of the West Chamber" wrote the contradiction between love and family honor. The result was that Zhang Sheng would try high school, winning the honor and winning the love.

    • Fiction
      October 2009

      Library of Chinese Classics :The Selected Poems of Du Fu

      by Hua Zisheng

      Du Fu (712-770), China's great poet in the Tang Dynasty. After experiencing the decline of the Tang dynasty, he witnessed the changes of the current situation, created poems that reflect the difficult and livelihood problems of the people with his extraordinary artistic talents, and was later praised for his "history of poetry." Poetry also content of the works, such as singing natural scenery, reviews of ancient and modern personnel, laments his talent description skills, portrayals of birds and animals, all have celebrated the famous works. To more than 1,400 Du Fu, greatly enriched and developed the artistic techniques of ancient Chinese poetry. Du Fu's character and poem have an extremely far-reaching impact on future generations. He is one of the most outstanding representatives of Chinese traditional culture. The book includes 135 Du Fu poetry translated by the famous American house Burton Watson.

    • Fiction
      December 1999

      Library of Chinese Classics :Zhuang Zi

      by Qin Xuqing

      "Zhuangzi", also known as "South China Scriptures," is one of the Taoist classics by the philosopher Zhuang Zi of the Warring States Period and its later studies. The book includes 7 articles, 15 articles, 11 articles, a total of 33 articles. In this book, Chuang Tzu inherited and developed Lao Tzu's view of "nature of Taoism". Taking "Tao" as the origin of the world, Zhuangzi considered that "Tao" is self-contained and eternal. The difference between things is only relative. In conformity with this concept of cosmology, Zhuangzi advocates the concept of "nature inaction" and advocates the maintenance of individual physical and psychological freedom and the pursuit of a spirit of unrestrained and harmonious man and nature. This book takes Guo Qingfan's Zhuangzi Collection as the base and translates it. The English translation draws on the existing English translations and selection books. It is the current English version of Zhuangzi.

    • Fiction
      December 2010

      Library of Chinese Classics: The Classic of Mountains and River

      by Chen Chengjin

      “The Classic of Mountains and River "is an ancient Chinese pre-Qin books, but also an encyclopedia reflects the ancient Chinese society. Its content involves history, geography, nationality, mythology, religion, animals, plants, minerals, medicine and so on. Its encyclopedic content and strange content make it rare for ancient books. The book is divided into eighteen volumes, from the volume of a "Nanshan Jing" to volume five "Zhongshan Classic" known as the "Five Sangsanjing", from Volume VI "Overseas Nankan" to Volume 18 "Nei Jing" as "the sea through". Together, the two parts, collectively referred to as "Shan Hai Jing." The Great Chinese Library: The Chinese Version of the Shan Hai Jing (Chinese-English) Reference for English Translation is a new and reliable translation of Shan Hai Jing by the Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House in July 2008. this. English translator Professor Wang Hong is good at translating Chinese books and books. He has translated a large number of Chinese libraries into Chinese including Mozi, Mengxi Bi Tan, Mandarin, Ming and Qing Essays, : Shan Hai Jing (Chinese-English comparison) ".

    • Fiction
      May 2013

      Library of Chinese Classics:Shang Shu

      by Li Yage

      "Shang Shu", also known as "book", "Book of Songs", is a compilation of multi-genre literature, which is a very early history book in China. One of the five schools of Confucianism. Chinese-English, white control.

    • Fiction
      April 2011

      Library of Chinese Classics:The Complete Works of Tao Yuanming

      by Wang Rongpei

      Tao Yuanming is a poet in ancient China during the Eastern Jin Dynasty. Because of dissatisfaction with the reality, to go to work to farming. Longer than poetry and prose, more description of natural scenery and scenes of their living in rural areas, and some works expressed dissatisfaction with the corruption. "Greater China Library: Tao Yuanming set (Chinese-English comparison)" collected a total of more than 120 poems, essays and other 11 articles. Tao Yuanming's works, plain and natural, simple and unpretentious, have far-reaching impact in the history of literature and have been circulating in all countries in the world.

    • The environment
      November 2014

      Next to Bugs

      by Zhu Yingchun

      A diary of long-term observation about different kinds of tiny bugs. In the book, you will find that a team of ants are marching in line and looking for food, a snail is walking in the moonlight with her baby on the back, a slug and a bee are standing facing each other......The book is telling such stories in vivid words with photos and drawings.

    • Biography & True Stories
      August 2013

      Resounding Words

      by Jin Xing

      The author Jin Xing is an outstanding artist in modern dance. After the transsexual operation in 1995, she has been leading a female life which is totally different from that of the former 28 years. She got married, adopted three children and currently is hosting many popular TV programs. She wins respects and lots of fans. The book, written in incisive words, is about her living principles with challenging thoughts.

    • February 2014

      The Beijing Drifters

      by Tan Xilin

      This is an autobiographical memoir of a Beijing drifter. The book takes the author as a true experience of the North drift tribe as the main content, with the author's career struggle as the main line, and Xin Er's love as a vice-line, focusing on the author in the CCTV as extra-section director, after the column is withdrawn and End of the experience of the North drift and in the meantime and Xin Er from the beautiful encounter, dedication fell in love to emotion derailed, and finally sadly break up the love life, revealing the media as the representative of many North drift ethnic identity embarrassment and hard-won. The book closely linked to the "drifting" word, not only a real record of the Northern drift ethnic working life, at the same time reflects this group in the huge psychological gap between dreams and reality, a true description of the generation of North Drift carrying sweet dreams struggle Story and dream course.

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