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The age of the light novel adaptation has passed and the age of the video game adaptation is upon us. Plus a few other shows coming our way very soon...
Apple Core closes out its 8th annual (massive) convention.
Chen Quifan' Balin takes a look a human's capacity for empathy.
A round up for Latin America
highlights from last month en espanol.
An excellent summary of Science Fiction in China, 2015
A report on this year's SGF Awards in China.
Short fiction by last year's Hugo Award for Best Novel is reviewed.
Shaoyan Hu reviews the latest Chinese SF in translation from Clarke's World magazine.
Tanya rounds up October for us
On October 18th in Chengdu City, the winners of Chinese Nebula Awards were announced by World Chinese Science Fiction Association, who created the award...
China presents the 26th Galaxy Awards! Most Popular Foreign Author - Ken Liu; Best Imported - Gene Wolfe's The Book of the New Sun
Chinese works receive over 50,000 votes for the Chinese Nebula awards, 2015.
A bilingual con report from Archipelacon! With even more GRRM!
Liu Cixin's International Best Seller has created a franchise
Our June posts were very popular!
An editor, an author and a hardcore fan set to judge China's newest genre award.
Our top posts from May en espanol
Stanley Chan's story riffs on Arthur C. Clarke's observation about science and magic
Reports from a month long science fiction and fantasy festival in China
Science Fiction in Chinese is actually rendered from the Russian phrase "science-fantasy-fiction"
Top posts for March
While I was reading Tang Fei’s short story, A Universal Elegy, it was like traveling in a train without a concrete destination. It just...
Special New Year's activities for Chinese Fans
TOP POST DE ENERO
Chinese SF continues to make inroads with English translation. Here's two coming our way.
Clarkesworld begins its Chinese SF in translation series. Here's a review.
December's top posts
The founding of a Chinese fan organization - Apple Core. The essential idea is to get science fiction and fantasy fans together, providing them the opportunities to learn new things and have fun.
Regina Kanyu Wang's interview with author and translator Ken Liu in german translation