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"The Little Red Guard": inside a Chinese family

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"The Little Red Guard": inside a Chinese family

The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-04-26

Wenguang Huang's memoir about his childhood in Mao's China tells a universal story of the bonds of love – and the pangs of regret – which can shape a family.
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Want to go “Inside Apple”? Read this book

For the second time in three months a book is set to appear that endeavors to explain the "magic" and mystery of why Apple can do with it does. On Wednesday, "Inside Apple" by Fortune reporter Adam... | GigaOM – 2012-01-23

Inside Apple: The Company Behind Steve Jobs

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Chinese Writers Sue Apple for Allegedly Hosting Pirated E-books

A group of Chinese writers has filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the company's App Store sells pirated versions of the authors' works. | PC World – 2012-01-10

Chinese authors sue Apple for copyright infringement: report

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Palo Alto family's experience depicted in children's book on gay marriage

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Inside the design hothouse, where Jobs kept the future at his fingertips

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Children's books: 'Pie' bakes a family tale in a mystery

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Adobe Brings Typekit's Fonts Into the Family

At its MAX 2011 conference today, Adobe announced it had acquired Typekit, which delivers a cloud-based library of Web fonts to more than 250,000 customers, ranging from individuals to publishers... | AllThingsD – 2011-10-04

Dowler family offered £2m-plus settlement

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Chinese writers demand more book translations

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How the Chinese edition of my book about the periodic table got such a risqué cover.

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Chinese writers to petition Apple over book downloads-report

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12 Chinese authors file suit against Apple

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Book World: ‘The Family Corleone,’ by Ed Falco, a prequel to ‘The Godfather’

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Not Just for Kids: Inside every prince, a bumbling idiot

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“Before They’re Gone: A Family’s Year-Long Quest to Explore America’s Most Endangered National Parks” by Michael Lanza

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Chinese dissident author wins German book prize

Chinese dissident author Liao Yiwu Thursday won the annual German Book Trade Peace Prize, earning praise for his portrayal of what the judges called "the outcasts of modern China." | Hindustan Times – 2012-06-21

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Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng will release memoir

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