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Rodrik's 'Straight Talk on Trade'

In "Straight Talk on Trade: Ideas for a Sane World Economy," Rodrik argues that most economists ignored what their own scholarship had made clear:
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Get rich and Kiss goodbye to poverty

Gene Simmons wants you to be rich and powerful, but it's not going to be easy. You need to learn English, wake up early, turn off the TV and study.
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Reliving the many tales of Great Wall

Before writing a novel set on the Great Wall, American author John Shors dug deep to study all available research material on the Wall and the popular legends of China. 
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Aussie artist imagines a panda fish in his latest children's book

Australian writer and illustrator Graeme Base is in China promoting his new children's book where the lead character is a Chinese dragon. 
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Author's eclectic mix of short stories

Susan Sontag is best known for her essays, but she also wrote novels, a play and short stories.
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Erdrich's new apocalyptic thriller

Evolution runs amok in Louise Erdrich's new novel, "Future Home of the Living God."
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Chinese and foreign publishers are singing from the same page

For the past five years, the interest of international publishers has shifted from a general curiosity about China to more specific requests and a desire to explore further.
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Turning a page in the evolution of children's books in China

Many Chinese publishers are now investing heavily in finding and supporting local authors and illustrators, and in publishing high-quality books fit for export.
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Epic tale of intercultural love and discovery

A touching love tale between a Jewish man and a Chinese woman is the subject of German writer and freelance journalist Stefan Schomann's book "Last Refuse in Shanghai."
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Foreign writers enamored by city of Shanghai

Shanghai Writers’ Association plays host to authors from abroad who spend quality time in the city and head back home, inspired and enchanted. 
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