LOGOS 20 British publishers’ relationship with China Ou Hong After graduating in Chinese Literature and Language from South West Normal University in 1986, Ou Hong became a journalist. Since 1995 she has been working for China Book Business Report , where she is today Vice Editor-in-Chief, responsible for news features, trade and educational publishing, book industry research and overseas reports. Following publication of her book Chinese Book Market in 2002, she spent a year studying for an MA at Oxford Brookes University. Email: email@example.com ( As a Chinese journalist studying for a Master of Arts in Publishing at a British university, I became inter- ested in how British publishers regard the Chinese market; in the present working relationship between British and Chinese publishers; in problems limiting the book trade between the two countries; and in possible ways to a better understanding. I read many books on B r i t i s h p u b l i s h i n g a n d i n t e r v i e w e d m a n y B r i t i s h publishers, with whom I had cordial discussions. Some of them
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Published: Jan 1, 2004
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