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From Oracle Bones to E-Publications: Three Millennia of Publishing in…

by xiao dong fa zhu bian

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 711906021X, Paperback)

One of the world's four ancient civilizations, Chinese civilization has continued for thousands of years without interruption. It is a culture characterized by long history, rich content, unity in diversity, deep and far-reaching influence, and continuous development. To review 3,000 years of Chinese publishing is to see the reasons behind the changes that took place in each period of publishing activity. Therefore, the publication and presentation to the world of this illustrated summation of China's 3,000 years of publishing is of great significance.

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