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On this page you can find links to useful resources on contemporary Chinese literature and literature in translation.

The Asian Books Blog is a good place to keep updated about Asian fiction.

The China Fiction Bookclub twitter feedĀ is a fantasticĀ resource, and a great way to keep up with what's going on in Chinese fiction. You can also find them on Goodreads.

For new translators, the Emerging Translator's Network is an invaluable resource.

The Free Word Centre has an excellent, frequently updated blog on literature and translation. See here also for information on the annual International Translation Day.

Modern Chinese Literature and Culture has a lot of resources.

Paper Republic is a great site for Chinese literature in translation.

Translated World is another good twitter feed for news about translated fiction more generally.

For translated fiction more broadly, see Words Without Borders and Asymptote.

Interested in children's fiction in Chinese? Have a look at this list (compiled by Helen Wang).

The White Rose East Asia Centre (WREAC) is a partnership between the University of Leeds and the University of Sheffield, promoting research and knowledge exchange in East Asian studies.