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Chinese in 10 Days: 2 Elementary Level
ISBN: 9787100059671 | Published on 12/2009 | Series: Chinese in 10 Days

Official Examination Papers of HSK Level 1 - 2012 edition - with CD
ISBN: 7100089034,9787100089036 | Published on 03/2012 | Series: Official Examination Papers of HSK
HSK Level 1 - 2012 edition - with CD

Chinese Proficiency Test Syllabus (Level 4) with CD
ISBN: 9787100068871 | Published on 12/2009 | Series: Chinese Proficiency Test Syllabus

A Study in Chinese Principles of Education
ISBN: 9787100189361 | Published on 10/2020

325 Cases of Chinese Classroom Teaching Techniques
ISBN: 9787100064958 | Published on 02/2001
This is a teaching reference book for Chinese language teachers.In the last decade, all countries' needs of learning Chinese is increasing at an...

Official Examination Papers of YCT Level 4 (2012 version)
ISBN: 9787100090759 | Published on 06/2012 | Series: Official Examination Papers of YCT
There are five volumes (including the oral exam) in this set of books. Each volume contains 8 set of the examination papers of previous years.
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Fangcao Hanyu (vol 2)
ISBN: 7100098459, 9787100098458 | Published on 04/2013 | Series: Fangcao Hanyu

Fangcao Hanyu -1-- with a CD-ROM
ISBN: 9787100076227 | Published on 08/2011 | Series: Fangcao Hanyu
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Fangcao Hanyu 3
ISBN: 9787100103787 | Published on 12/2013 | Series: Fangcao Hanyu

Chinese in 10 Days - Beginning Level: Reading & Writing
ISBN: 9787100219716 | Published on 05/2023 | Series: Chinese in 10 Days

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CP has an annual output of about 800 titles, with about 350 new titles and 450 reprinted titles. Meanwhile, it publishes 2 periodicals - The World of English and The World of Chinese, 20 academic journals including Chinese Language and Dialect, as well as some audio-visual products. Recent surveys show that dictionaries in Chinese and foreign languages published by CP have been occupying a dominantly leading place in the book market of China. In 2005, its total price of publications was 540 million RMB yuan and its profit was more than 50 million RMB yuan, ranking among the top publishing institutions in China.
The Commercial Press now has developed into a well-renowned publishing institution with its own distinctive style, renewing its unique place in China's history of publishing, and its commitment to cultural development of China.
Now an affiliate of the newly-established China Publishing Group, the Commercial Press stands ready to embrace opportunities and challenges in the upcoming reform of the cultural system and the publishing system.