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Foreign authors accept censoring to sell in China

Professors, novelists and journalists say they are faced with a choice of protecting their work or gaining access to the Chinese marketplace. Some well-known figures have resisted, others acquiesce, while some decide no to allow their work to be published in China

By Andrew Jacobs  /  NY Times News Service, BEIJING

5. Norwegian Wood, by Haruki Murakami

6. The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown

7. Byakuyako (“Into The White Night”) by Keigo Higashino

8. The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger

9. Love in the Time of Cholera, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

10. The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown


1. Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson

2. The Secret, by Rhonda Byrne

3. The Greatest Salesman in the World, by Og Mandino

4. Rip It Up: The Radically New Approach to Changing Your Life, by Richard Wiseman

5. Youth, It’s Painful, by Rando Kim

6. On China, by Henry Kissinger

7. Dale Carnegie’s Lifetime Plan for Success, by Dale Carnegie

8. Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life, by Nick Vujicic

9. A Global History: From Prehistory to the 21st Century, by L.S. Stavrianos

10. A Brief History of Time, by Stephen Hawking


1. Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window, by Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

2. Charlotte’s Web, by E.B. White

3. Pippi Longstocking, by Astrid Lindgren

4. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, by J.K. Rowling (Published in the US as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone)

5. The Cricket in Times Square, by George Selden

6. Fantastic Mr. Fox, by Roald Dahl

7. Guess How Much I Love You, by Sam McBratney

8. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe

9. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, by J.K. Rowling

10. Tiger Team: Witch Swamp & Ghost Castle, by Thomas Brezina


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