Book Drive in China

Seligson, Hannah
May 2010
Forbes Asia;May2010, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p30
The article offers information on the growth of Big Apple Agency, the first and largest literary agency in mainland China, managed by Luc Kwanten and his wife Lily Chen. It says that the agency offers licensing services to Chinese book publishers and translates English-language books into Chinese. It discusses the development of the Chinese book market and the move of the publishing industry to focus on electronic books (e-books). It also profiles Kwanten and Chen.


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