Category Archives: Books

App Popular Writer’s First Collection

In addition to being a doctor of physics, professor, fitness coach and famous travel writer, Lu Ming is also one of China’s most popular science writers. His works have been published on Shaonian Wenyi (Children’s Art), Harvest, Applied Physic Letters, and “One,” an app...


Zhihu Publishes Law Course for the Common Man

Questions about workers’ rights and legality can confuse both newcomers and people with years of work experience. The Goddess of Justice Never Opens Her Eyes, published this month, provides readers with professional and useful advice on using basic law. The book was compiled by...


Web Writer’s New Book Jiji Fu Jiji

Wang Lu, a writer at Ifeng.com, regards himself as a person who doesn’t know much about news. He writes freely and publishes often. Critics said Wang’s earlier words were extreme and filled with aggression. But to Wang’s way of thinking, they were a result...


No Mr. Right in This World

Marital problems related to sex and love are more serious in China than many imagine – especially for women. Modernization has confronted Chinese women with more kinds of love relationships than existed in the past, but traditional views leave them with precious few placed...


Running Moonlight Arrives on the Big Screen

Chen Jianbin recently made his directorial debut in A Fool, which arrived in Chinese theaters on November 20. The Chinese name of the film is Yige Shaozi. Shaozi in the northwestern dialect is Shazi, which means a fool. The story is based on Chinese...


Bi Shumin Leads People to Warmth and Light

Bi Shumin, popularly known as China’s “angel of literature,” published her new book, Life Needs Warmth and Light, in November. The work appeals to the chronically depressed to seek hope before suicide. Born in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in 1952, Bi joined the...


Bai Yansong’s New Book: Bai Says

The last five years have seen an exodus of serious reporters and broadcasters from the nationally owned CCTV. Bai Yansong, a journalist with more than 20 years of experience in the field, is one of the few clinging to the station. Bai graduated from...


Call for Focus on Children’s Learning Ancient Chinese Poem

Chinese language class is an important part of elementary school. But at students get older, they are called on to study the poetry of the past. Unfortunately, most selections tend to suck. In a curriculum known for picking material more for its difficulty or...


On the Art of Writing

When a musical interpretation of the poem “Congqianman” appeared on Sing My Song, the public found a new interest in its author, Mu Xin, a famous modern literary master. Born as Sun Pu in 1927 in Zhejiang province, Mu moved to New York in...


Girls’ Efforts Call for Respect

When tennis star Li Na said her dream was to be a housewife with as few responsibilities as possible, millions of Chinese women were nodding in agreement. But when Li uttered her words, she had already devoted 15 years to becoming one of the...