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My Cat Writes a Book

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid CAIRO: The special pleasure of receiving the prominent Sawiris Cultural Award for Children Literature was that it was my first award in Egypt, my homeland! I have been awarded and honored several times around the world. There were international recognitions with the 2014 Manhae Grand Prize in Literature (South Korea), the 2015 Arab Journalism Award in Culture (UAE), […]

Ana Stjelja interviews World Poets

CAIRO: Canadian publishing house the Ukiyoto Publishing has just published a book titled “Modern Talks on Poetry: interviews with world poets” by Dr Ana Stjelja. The book features 25 interviews with renowned poets of all generations from all over the world. The book Modern Talks on Poetry was created as a result of my journalistic […]

As it happened: AJA member launches book detailing Cambodia’s fight against COVID-1

As it happened: AJA member launches book detailing Cambodia’s fight against COVID-1

PHNOM PENH: Asia Journalists Association (AJA) member Chhay Sophal has authored a book that documents Cambodia’s endeavors and strategic measures to confront COVID-19, including the acquisition of vaccines to ensure the people’s safety and wellbeing. The book, formally launched on August 28, features six chapters and comprises nearly 900 pages, local daily Phnom Penh Post […]

Indonesian prominent writer Laksmi Pamuntjak launches third book

Indonesian prominent writer Laksmi Pamuntjak launches third book

Jakarta: Laksmi Pamuntjak, the first Indonesian contemporary novelist whose original work in English has been published by Penguin Random House, on Thursday launched her third novel “Fall Baby” in Jakarta. ‘Fall Baby’, presenting a multi-theme of women, visual art, history and identity, tells the story of two women – Srikandi (Siri) and Dara, one a […]

Singapore editor Balji launches tell-all book

Singapore editor Balji launches tell-all book

[Singapore] A new book has shed more light on how Singapore’s authoritarian leader Lee Kuan Yew rapped the knuckles of independent-minded journalists whom he deemed to have failed to toe the official line. In his memoir, The Reluctant Editor- The Singapore Media as Seen Through the Eyes of a Veteran Newspaper Journalist -, P.N. Balji shared […]

Award-winning Han Kang wants to write about books in her life

Award-winning Han Kang wants to write about books in her life

Han Kang, the winner of the 2016 Man Booker International prize, said during a local book fair she would someday like to write about the books that guided her through her sometimes difficult life. “I think I might write a book about books someday. I have this wish to write the book after a few […]

Annual book fair to open for 5-day run in Seoul

Annual book fair to open for 5-day run in Seoul

The annual Seoul International Book Fair (SIBF) will raise its curtains next week to guide book lovers through the latest news and trends in the publishing industry at home and abroad under the theme “Arrival,” its organizers said Monday. The 25th SIBF, set to run from June 19-23 at the Convention and Exhibition Center in […]

Female voices, feminism increase dominance on Korean literary scene

Female voices, feminism increase dominance on Korean literary scene

  “Kim Ji-young, Born in 1982,” a revealing feminist novel, made a splash on the literary scene late last year, selling more than 1 million copies in South Korea, the country’s first million-seller novel since “Please Look After Mom” in 2009 by Shin Kyung-sook. The book by Cho Nam-joo debuted rather modestly in October 2016 […]

China’s Political Economy Under the Microscope

China’s Political Economy Under the Microscope

  The “red swan” that gives this book its title refers to China’s Communist Party-state policy-making process, and is a play on the “black swan” of the induction fallacy, popularized by the former Wall Street trader and finance professor Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Sebastian Heilmann’s policy-centric work is a blend of political economy and political science […]

The Appalling Cost of Western Hubris

The Appalling Cost of Western Hubris

Given the vast literature on the Indochina wars, whether the French colonial conflict of 1945 to 1954 or the US war with North Vietnam of 1954 to 1975, it might be asked why the need for another study of a familiar subject. The value of this new, magisterial account, which has justly received plaudits from […]

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