Nobel Literature Prize Update (Oct 8, 2021) Tanzania's Abdulrazak Gurnah (阿卜杜勒-拉扎克·古尔纳) has been awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature. For details in English, visit the official Nobel web site (https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/literature/2021/bio-bibliography). For a Chinese-language report, visit here (https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/4FrRZ72musxIlEhfI7leGA). To the best of my knowledge, Gurnah's work has rarely been translated into Chinese. But I have … Continue reading 非洲文学：中文译本 African Writing in Chinese Translation
Chimamanda Adichie is hot. Not just in her homeland Nigeria, and the US where she spends much of her time nowadays, but in China too. Witness the fact that four of her works have been translated into Chinese, including her moving portrayal of the Biafran war, Half of a Yellow Sun (半轮黄日), The Thing Around … Continue reading Feminist: A Dirty Word in Xi Jinping’s China?
Alibaba: The House that Jack Ma Built is the business book that most inspired Nigeria’s Iyinoluwa ‘E’ Aboyeji — co-founder of Flutterwave and Andela — last year: There are so many parallels between the intrigues of startups in China and our nascent African Startup ecosystem, he says. Evan Mwangi reviews John Mugane’s The Story of Swahili and … Continue reading 非漂出版专讯: 2017.1 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs