Teaming Up with Gravity Tales, Qidian International gears up the globalization of online literary works

SHANGHAI, Aug 09, 2017 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) — Qidian International, the international website and mobile app of the leading Chinese online literature platform, Qidian.com [http://qidian.com/], sealed a partnership agreement with Gravity Tales [http://gravitytales.com/], a renowned website that provides English translation of Chinese online literary works. The partnership paves the way for China Literature’s expansion into the international online reading market.

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Qidian International launched its website and mobile app in May 2017. Today, the platform hosts more than 90 literary works and has attracted nearly 1.5 million visitors across its suite of products, ranging from the website to mobile apps in the Google Play and App Store. In recent years, the demand for Chinese online literary works has surged in English-speaking countries. Qidian International stands out amongst the current digital reading platforms offering a wide selection of Chinese literary works with high-quality English translations and serialized in nature.

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Wu Wenhui, CEO of China Literature, parent company of Qidian International, said “Online literary works are very popular amongst Chinese readers. Through our collaboration with Gravity Tales, we hope to offer our global audiences greater access to Chinese literary works and provide an avenue to explore Chinese literature.”

Born as a “grassroots” translation website for Chinese online literary works, Gravity Tales was founded in 2015 by Richard Kong, a Chinese-American with great passion and love for Chinese online literary works. Kong’s vision is to create a platform where he can share online literary works by different authors with readers around…

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