Index

Here’s a list of all our blog posts so far:

  1. Chinese books for young readers (Sep 12, 2016) – link
  2. Gerelchimeg Blackcrane (Sep 13, 2016) – link
  3. Chinese children’s literature and the UK National Curriculum (Sep 14, 2016) – link
  4. Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! (Sep 15, 2016) – link
  5. The Reason for Being Late (Sep 16, 2016) – link
  6. Why Translations? Don’t We ‘Already Have Chinese Stories in English’? (Sep 27, 2016) – link
  7. A Brief History of Chinese Literature for Children, What Sells Now, and More (Oct 1, 2016) – link
  8. The “Warring States” world of picture books … in a big Hangzhou bookshop (Oct 2, 2016) – link
  9. Poems for Children – selected by Bei Dao (Oct 7, 2016) – link
  10. Happy Double Ninth (Chongyang) Festival! (Oct 9, 2016) – link
  11. Literature: Another Form of Housebuilding – Cao Wenxuan’s acceptance speech
    (Oct 14, 2016) – link
  12. Crossing Cultures: Belle Yang, A Story of Immigration (Oct 16, 2016) – link
  13. I am a tiger! (Oct 20, 2016) – link
  14. Bronze and Sunflower shortlisted for the Marsh Award (Oct 24, 2016) – link
  15. Nami Island International Picture Book Illustration Concours 2017 – shortlist (Nov 2, 2016) – link
  16. Zhang Xinxin and Little People’s Books (Nov 3, 2016) – link
  17. Calling them Asian-American books isn’t sufficient… (Nov 8, 2016) – link
  18. Made in China: 10 picture books you can’t miss (Nov 13, 2016) – link
  19. A picture’s worth a thousand words… (Nov 14, 2016) – link
  20. Reflecting Teenagers on a Sichuanese Mirror: Yan Ge and her stories from Pingle Township (Nov 19, 2016) – link
  21. Context and contradiction in translating Aroma’s Little Garden, by Qin Wenjun (Nov 30, 2016) – link
  22. Jin Jin (1915-1989) (Dec 27, 2016) – link
  23. Bing Xin and The Little Orange Lantern (Dec 29, 2016) – link
  24. Tyrus Wong (1910-2016) and Bambi (Jan 3, 2017) – link
  25. Yu Rong’s paper cuttings (Jan 11, 2017) – link
  26. The Good Things That Come out of Collisions (Jan 15, 2017) – link
  27. Helen Wang Wins the 2017 Marsh Award for Children’s Literature in Translation (Jan 30, 2017) – link
  28. The Ventriloquist’s Daughter: Between Fantasy and Reality – by Lin Man-chiu (Feb 23, 2017) – link
  29. One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Social Experiment – by Mei Fong (Feb 24, 2017) – link
  30. St Gregory’s School ‘Reading China’ book group – by Theresa Munford (Feb 25, 2017) – link
  31. The Story of Ink and Water – by Chun Zhang (Feb 26, 2017) – link
  32. Sister – by Peng Xuejun (Mar 5, 2017) – link
  33. I Am Mulan (Mar 13, 2017) – link
  34. Bronze and Sunflower – now available in the USA and Canada! (Mar 21, 2017) – link
  35. The King of Hide-and-Seek (Apr 8, 2017) – link
  36. Bilingual books from Candied Plums (Apr 17, 2017) – link
  37. Chinese literature festival in London, 12-14 May (May 5, 2017) – link
  38. The Ventriloquist’s Daughter – now available! (May 25, 2017) – link
  39. A Tree (Jun 9, 2017) – link
  40. Stephanie Gou on how Bronze and Sunflower opened a door to her memories (Jun 13, 2017) – link
  41. Who is Wenzheng Fu? (Jun 18, 2017) – link
  42. Author-illustrator Lipei Huang (Jun 25, 2017) – link
  43. Starfish Bay Children’s Books (Jul 10, 2017) – link
  44. “Plums” for Your Tongue: Chinese Children’s Literature for Language Learners (Jul 21, 2017) – link
  45. The 10th National Outstanding Children’s Literature Awards, 2017 (Aug 6, 2017) – link
  46. The Only Child, by Guojing (Aug 11, 2017) – link
  47. CFP: Asian Festival of Children’s Content (Aug 30, 2017) – link
  48. Little Soldier Zhang Ga (Sep 30, 2017) – link
  49. Happy Mid-Autumn Festival 2017 (Oct 4, 2017) – link
  50. 12 Books for the Holidays (Oct 5, 2017) – link
  51. David Jacobson’s survey of translations of children’s and YA Literature translated from Chinese, Japanese and Korean (Oct 16, 2017) – link
  52. List of Chinese-Themed Books for Kids and Teens – by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre (Oct 19, 2017) – link
  53. A Cross-Cultural Conversation Between Two Master Storytellers at the 2017 USBBY Conference (Oct 27, 2017) – link
  54. Chinese children’s and YA books, in English, 2017 (Dec 11, 2017) – link
  55. The 2017 Bai Meigui Translation Competition is now open! (Dec 12, 2017) – link
  56. What’s the difference between children’s books in China and the US? (Jan 7, 2018) – link
  57. Dong Yanan’s picture books (Jan 18, 2018) – link
  58. China Welfare Institute Publishing House: Picture Books from China, with Love & Beauty (Jan 22, 2018) – link
  59. Interview with Chloe Garcia Roberts, translator of the picture book “Feather” by Cao Wenxuan and Roger Mello (Jan 25, 2018) – link
  60. Getting to Know Rural Young Chinese Readers and Their World(s) (Jan 29, 2018) – link
  61. Our first 60 posts! (Feb 4, 2018) – link
  62. The NCTA Freeman Book Awards (Feb 6, 2018) – link
  63. Witness China’s New Love: the Changing Landscape of Chinese Children’s Literature (Feb 14, 2018) – link
  64. Books from Taiwan (Mar 1, 2018) – link
  65. The Tortoise Family goes to the Sea, and Blind Little Red Riding Hood (Mar 12, 2018) – link
  66. Children’s Books in China 2018 (and 2017) (Apr 6, 2018) – link
  67. Chinese Dinosaurs in an English Village (May 20, 2018) – link
  68. The Cao Wenxuan Children’s Literature Award (Jun 10, 2018) – link
  69. Teardrops of the Christmas Tree: A Memorable Childhood Reading Experience (Jul 10, 2018) – link
  70. Vikki Zhang, illustrator with a love of textiles and fashion (Aug 14, 2018) – link
  71. Let’s Talk to Kids about Sex… in Chinese, Q&A with Minjie Chen (Sep 3, 2018) – link
  72. People Reading in Chinese Art (Sep 15, 2018) – link
  73. Our First 72 Posts! (22 Oct 2018) – link
  74. Theresa Mumford, Chinese Teacher (1 Nov 2018) – link
  75. Jennie Liu’s Childhood Reading in the USA, 1970s-80s (8 Nov 2018) – link
  76. Children’s Literature from Hong Kong in English (6 Dec 2018) – link
  77. Science Fiction for Children – Selected by Liu Cixin and Han Song (10 Dec 2018) – link
  78. Childhood in a Courtyard House (14 Dec 2018) – link
  79. Asian Children’s Literature, Film and Animation (special issue of SARE 2018) (3 Jan 2019) – link
  80. Translator Dong Haiya Studies Children’s Literature at Reading (14 Jan 2019) – link
  81. Justine Laismith and the Secrets of the Great Fire Tree (31 Mar 2019) – link
  82. White Horse by Yan Ge (29 Apr 2019) – link
  83. Interview with Yangsze Choo, author of “The Ghost Bride” (14 May 2019) – link
  84. Exams, Handwriting and School Stories (20 May 2019) – link
  85. The Moose of Ewenki (27 Aug 2019) – link
  86. International Research on Chinese Children’s Literature (IRSCL 2019) (12 Sep 2019) – link
  87. The 10th Asian Festival of Children’s Content – Sparking New Ideas (15 Sep 2019) – link
  88. Two Temples, and Two Approaches to Depicting Religions to Children (30 Oct 2018) – link
  89. “My Favourite Children’s Books” – children in China vote for their Top 30 books of 2019 (3 Nov 2019) – link
  90. Christmas in China (5 Jan 2020) – link
  91. Our first 90 posts! (19 Jan 2020) – link
  92. White Fox (16 Feb 2020) – link
  93. Interview with Jennifer Feeley (17 Feb 2020) – link
  94. War and Peace in China-Japan-Korea Picture Books (12 Mar 2020) – link
  95. Interview with Teresa Robson (26 Mar 2020) – link
  96. Frogs and Tadpoles (6 Apr 2020) – link
  97. I Want To Be Good! Nicky Harman tells us about Huang Beijia’s novel (18 Jun 2020) – link
  98. Children’s Books in China, 2017-2020 (27 Jun 2020) – link
  99. Interview with Shih-Wen Sue Chen (7 Jul 2020) – link
  100. Interview with Maisie Chan (22 Jul 2020) – link
  101. Lizzie Marshall compares stories about wolves (1 Aug 2020) – link
  102. To Catch a Fish – by Zhang Wei and Zhang Honglei (8 Aug 2020) – link
  103. The Top 10 Bestselling Children’s Books in China in July 2020 (3 Sep 2020) – link
  104. Chinese children’s literature in Italy – interview with Paolo Magagnin (7 Sep 2020) – link
  105. The Sino-Japanese War as Portrayed in Youth Literature (12 Sep 2020) – link
  106. Chinese Children’s Books in the Netherlands – by Annelous Stiggelbout (19 Sep 2020) – link