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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.
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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.?
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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.
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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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Russian illustrator casts a spell over book fair

"Back when I was in animation, when the directors asked me to draw something glamorous or beautiful, they said it always ended up looking like either a soldier or a prostitute."
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Spanish illustrator makes debut at Shanghai book fair

Shanghai Daily talked with the first-comer about his magic books, Chinese kids and his next drawings.
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Harry Potter publisher picks Chinese novel

An increasing number of publishers around the world are taking an interest in books by Chinese writers and the recent Shanghai book fair brought many to the city.
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Potter publisher taps Chinese market

Publisher Barry Cunningham, who snapped up a domestic writer's novel during his recent visit to Shanghai, believes a good children's book has the power to change the world.
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Bittersweet memories of a past era

Isabel Sun Chao was 18 when she left Shanghai in 1952 to visit her mother in Hong Kong. She never saw her father again. Now, she has written memoirs of that bygone era.
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Who says science books are dull?

As the recent Shanghai Book Fair showed us, writers and publishers are coming up with new ways to present science in a way that is understandable and entertaining.
Making it easier for patients to see a doctor The fine art of parenting Visitors often hunt for the mythical mountain ape-men Perfect weather to plan a picnic Working out to add life to one's days, not days to one's life Distinguished German publisher signs first Chinese musician Polka dots abound at Kusama's latest show An introspective trip to 'The World of Saha' "So Long, My Son" to hit cinemas across China on March 22 Flight-friendly snacks no picnic without Riesling Yoga trainer takes Rocket to China SCIS celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year Adding warmth to the epitome of cool Epic journey in the footsteps of a Chinese monk Take a bite out of an Italian street food tradition Memories of childhood lead to a rural home from home Going off track for outings on city's first Metro line Czechs find relief in traditional Chinese medicine The Global Search for Education: Creating a Culture of Evidence for Future Learning Annual Greenland classical concerts scheduled for May Xu helps prison inmates heal their minds Something not quite human about award-winning short story Shanghai inkstone sculpture: A thing of beauty that helps create beauty Shaoxing's towpath to history Veteran coach tells of winning ways WHO: Rising life expectancy in Europe undermined by obesity Shanghai Media Group launches video competition to promote waste disposal Ramen boy serves up instant satisfaction Women's role in brewing An ultimate beef feast, a journey of Italian flavors and a fun game of filling beers Japanese artist's woes of war and disaster on show Run for it and be McHappy Entrepreneurs can learn a lot from sports, says Chinese Olympic legend Li Ning Trademarks of passing time create trove of memorabilia Online videos shape the future of TV drama Suzhou Kunqu Opera premieres two new plays A culture with its own costumes, calendar Luwan No.1 School continues New Year tradition Bulgaria's mentally ill battling for their dignity Pigs and frontier life at Hangzhou museums Memories are made of pickles Winnie Hsu brews up a storm in the beer world Design Shanghai draws curtains on successful show Perfect tipple when you find yourself in a pickle 'Ghetto' actress amazes playwright in debut role 'Splendid China' kicks off new season New cure for rare disease brings hope for future Dealing with 'culture shock' Tibetan Buddhist temples highlight sacred mountain
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