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'The Price of Time' comes as incoming BOJ Gov. Kazuo Ueda in celebrity spotlight
Low initial costs help renters of shelves sell their favorite books easily
'Winning By Process' shows how the state manipulated dialogue to its advantage
Portraying an unequal society, Tew Bunnag spiritually unites rich and poor
Archana Pidathala's latest book uncovers deeply personal stories and rare recipes
Former Japanese leader shares observations on Trump, Xi and Modi
Australia and U.S. serve among many examples of growing Chinese media control
In new book, author delves into Beijing's focus on universities and the diaspora, as well as global media
Japanese writer long seen as contender for Nobel Prize in literature
Isna Marifa's novel tells powerful, painful story through rare insights into everyday events
Joshua Kurlantzick's book offers comprehensive view of how Beijing attempts to sway global opinion
Dung Kai-cheung's catalog of consumerism brings recognition to Hong Kong writers
Espionage novel takes a close look at Beijing's ambitions in Taiwan
Two new novels explore identity and race issues unsettled since independence
Fun and orderliness in Alex Kerr's 'Another Bangkok: Reflections on the City'
Misjudged group has played a major role in regional economic development
Innovators used form and aesthetic sense to reform country's economy and social system
Emerging conundrum unsettling advanced economies highlights 'Japanese exception'
Once bountiful, 'world's largest inland fishery' nears ecological collapse
Illustrated book traces history of political street art and graffiti
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