The Book Information Centre (BIZ) Beijing has been operating since 1998 as the overseas representative office of the Frankfurt Book Fair in Beijing. It is the central contact and information point for the German and Chinese book industries and it provides many services for professionals in that field. We are the competent partner for inquiries on all aspects of the German and Chinese book sector.
The Book Information Centre works with a mixed mandate that balances straightforward business interests against a cultural-political mission, the aim of which is to increase the mutual transparency of the two country's book industries, and thereby to intensify German-Chinese cooperation.
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The BIZ Beijing is funded by the German Federal Office:
The Chinese book market is complex and changing quickly, just like the country itself.
What do Chinese readers like to read? Why are there more and more private bookstores in China? What does IP mean in China, why is this term being discussed currently? Will the book market draw even more new capital in the near future?
An increasing number of readers have begun to show interest in this market report, which has made us very happy. This 2016 report may be regarded as a supplement to the 2015 report, with additions reflected in the following three areas:
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How creative is the Chinese content industry? What are some of the most important trends? With the January 2014 premiere of the China Creative Industries Award, organised by the Frankfurt Book Fair and China Publishing and Media Journal, awards were presented for the first time to innovative cross-industry products and companies in Mainland China’s content industries. We’ve put together a summary of this in-depth report for you.
29 - 30 May 2016