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Father seeks beauty in commonplace

Nature writing is full of men heading off into the wilderness in search of something, but journalist Nathanael Johnson brings the genre into the 21st century with a refreshing, thought-provoking and humorous...

May 29, 2016, Sunday

Internationalizing Chinese culture

China was one of the cradles of the human race and is the only ancient civilization that still exists today....

May 29, 2016, Sunday

Real drama inspires crime author

CRIME novelist Qiu Xiaolong has been grappling with the tensions in modern Chinese society for more than 15 years through the vantage point of his recurring protagonist, the redoubtable Inspector Chen. Qiu’s ...

May 22, 2016, Sunday

Deep insights into Tokyo Trial

To study history is to understand who we are and how our thoughts, behaviors and interactions have changed over time....

May 15, 2016, Sunday

Clark’s new novel delivers

The protagonist is no longer a prosecutor as in Marcia Clark’s previous legal dramas in her new book, “Blood Defense....

May 15, 2016, Sunday

Commemorating the Bard’s sonnets

THE commemorative edition of Shakespeare’s Sonnets with only 400 copies release this April is the latest salute from China to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death. Published by Shanghai ...

April 24, 2016, Sunday

Tracing a very Irish hero of WWI

IF you think about it, the distant past is actually in touching distance, Danny Morrison, an Irish writer and commentator, writes in the foreword of Cónal Creedon’s latest book “The Immortal Deed of Michael ...

April 24, 2016, Sunday

Dyslexic author enchants France

IT is the literary sensation of the year in France. A first novel by a dyslexic author that has had readers crying — and laughing out loud — on the Paris metro. Before he wrote “Waiting for Bojangles” ...

April 17, 2016, Sunday

How an old sneaker saved Lego

“SMALL Data: The Tiny Clues That Uncover Huge Trends” is the latest book on brands and consumer behavior by Danish author Martin Lindstrom. It contains a miscellaneous collection of “turnaround” cases ...

April 10, 2016, Sunday

The last moments of a literary hero

The last days of author Jim Harrison were not unlike so many days before: work, friends, cigarettes, vodka....

April 3, 2016, Sunday


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