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While most Muslims in China are enjoying lavish feasts

NEW YORK Under Armour UA Curry 4 Mid Men's Black White , May 27 (Xinhua) -- "Embrace digital, but don't give up on print," said Tom Allen, president of the Association of American Publishers at the Chinese-American Publishing & Media Industry Forum held on Wednesday.


Among the challenges facing the publishing industry, the digital technology is recognized as an important one at the forum, which aims to enable communications between publishing professionals of the two countries on the development of the publishing industry chain amid a changing environment.


E-book revenues have been growing significantly over the past years, but now there is still growth but it is leveling up, according to Allen.


"What it speaks to me is that the effort by the Chinese publishers, both at home and here is one, that you may say, embrace digital, but don't give up on print. It is always going to be with us," said Allen.


The Chinese publishing authorities also pointed out the opportunities enjoyed by the publishing industry in China.


With the rapid economic and social development, the purchasing power of the Chinese people for published works also increases, offering an enormous opportunity for China's publishing industry, said Wu Shangzhi, deputy director of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television.


"In 2014, the per capita GDP of China reached over 7,000 U.S. dollars and the consumption structure also changes, with a growing demand for cultural goods," said Wu.


As a major event of the BookExpo America (BEA) 2015, this year' s theme is "Development of the Publishing and Media Industry in the Internet Age."


"Mr. Wu said earlier today that there were 6,000 copyrighted works that came into China from other countries, and only 1,000 copyrighted works that went in the other direction. My reaction was that the opportunities are enormous for Chinese publishers to expand their reach into overseas markets," said Allen.


BookExpo America (BEA) 2015, the largest annual book trade fair in the United States, is held at the Javits Convention Center in New York City from Wednesday to Friday.


BEA, which dates back to 1947 and was then known as the American Booksellers Association Convention and Trade Show, is usually held in a major U.S. city in late May or early June. It offers the largest selection of English language titles and is also the largest gathering of booksellers, librarians, retailers and book industry professionals in North America.


China, an emerging power in the international publishing industry, has been invited as the Guest of Honor for BEA 2015's Global Market Forum (GMF) program, which features three full days of education sessions, exhibits and off-site cultural events.


YINCHUANURUMQI, July 18 (Xinhua) -- Muslims across China on Saturday celebrated Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.


In Yinchuan, capital of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Na Jinzhu arrived at the Najiahu Mosque early in the morning with his son and granddaughters.


"Ramadan is the most auspicious month in the year," said the 65-year-old man. "I took my granddaughters here so that they could learn about our religious traditions from an early age."


Ningxia is a major region for China's Hui Muslims, who account for 35.7 percent of the region's total population, or 2.36 million people.


Li Jianhua, Communist Party chief of Ningxia, conveyed festive greetings during a gathering with Muslims in the mosque with a history of 490 years.


A five-day holiday begins on Saturday in Ningxia. Highways and most scenic spots will be free of charge during the holiday.


In Beijing, roads were temporarily closed near the Niujie Mosque in downtown for a celebration of tens of thousands of Muslims.


Many people had their photos taken outside the mosque, including a lady surnamed Liu, who came from neighboring Hebei Province especially for the occasion.


"The atmosphere is more festive here than in our hometown," she said.


In Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, senior officials shared iftar with Muslims for the celebration of Eid al-Fitr on Friday night.


Zhang Chunxian, Communist Party chief of the region, and regional government chairman Shohrat Zakir attended the event with more than 200 religious followers.


Ramadan is a holy and auspicious month for Muslims when they can purify their hearts, strengthen their minds and contemplate the doctrine, Zhang said.


He said religious people and non-religious people in Xinjiang live in harmony and amity with each other, stand together safeguarding peace, unity, justice and dignity, and worked together to build a beautiful home.


He cited examples where Muslims offered help to others in need and cared for each other during this year's Ramadan.


Abduxikar Rehmutolla, an Imam in Urumqi, said "the government helped us renovate the mosque and resolve some other problems", presenting a Muslim hat to Zhang to express thanks to the government.


Xinjiang, with some 24,000 mosques, is home to more than 13 million Muslims.


"I feel more humble after Ramadan," said Ma Jinfu, 63, who donated 100 yuan (about 16 U.S. dollars) to the Shaanxi Great Mosque attended by Hui Muslims in Urumqi.


Not far away is the Hantengri Mosque, where Uygur Muslims go to worship.


After religious ceremonies, Muslims from the Hui ethnic group in white hats and Uygurs wearing colored hats exchanged blessings while leaving the sites.


Eid al-Fitr is also a day when Muslims commemorate their ancestors and mourn the dead.


In Oqar County of the Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture of Kizilsu, Muradin Zulpuka whispered prayers from the Koran in front of his mother's tomb before scattering handfuls of rice and wheat.


BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY


While most Muslims in China are enjoying lavish feasts for Eid al-Fitr on Saturday,

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