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Annie Wang, Her Family and Friends
April 18, 2006
Pulitzer-prize winning book critic Jonathan Yardley wrote a long review on the Washington Post on People's Republic of Desire, calling it pretty-good human interest journalism.
April 4, 2006
Annie Wang's second English book The People's Republic of Desire is published in New York by Harper Collins. Annie Wang's book tour schedule in America:
Sunday, April 23, 2006
The People's Republic of Desire is simultaneously published in Germany as the title Peking Girls.
March 31 2006
Annie Wang appears on CNN Today show talking about People's Republic of Desire.
Annie Wang attended the China-Mexico business forum in Mexico City where President of Mexico, His Excellency Vincente Fox, gave a speech.
May 16-18 2005
Annie Wang attended the Fortune Global Forum in Beijing.
May 18, 2005
Annie Wang was featured by CNN's nine-day special program: Eye on China. Topic: Chinese women and Annie Wang's circle of friends in Shanghai.
May 14 2005
The Three Sisters' Cultural Center held an our door guqin concert at the exquisite imperial garden the Tranquil Heart in Beihai Park Beijing. Annie's sister Fei Wang performed on a 1,200-year-old instrument that is worth several million dollars. Puer tea of 100 years was offered to friends. The honorable Mr. Deng Pufang, son of China's former leader Deng Xiaoping said he had a terrific time listening to the qin.
Annie Wang started her column on fashion and trends for Modern Weekly.
Sept. 20 2004
Annie Wang moved to Shanghai to run an upcoming fashion magazine.
July to August 2004
Annie Wang checked the celebrity scene in the upper east side of Manhattan. See Annie's pictures with Adiren Brody, designer Anna Sui, singer Josh Groban and super models Lu Yan and Ling.
Annie attended the Christian Doir couture show in Paris with Madam Yue-Sai Kan and Kevin Lee, editor of WE.
April 10 2004
Annie Wang and her weekly column The People's Republic of Desire at the South China Morning Post are featured at the Financial Times Magazine. The article entitled All the Rage was written by Kabir Chhibber.
Feb. 28, 2004
Annie Wang gave a talk and signed her new book at the Xi'an Book City.
Feb. 26, 2004
People.com.cn interviewed Annie Wang and her editor at the Beijing Publishing House. For more information, please check http://www.peopledaily.ac.cn/GB/14738/14759/21866/2362141.html and
Feb. 22, 2004
Annie Wang signed her new book From Mainland to Mainstream at the Xinhua Bookstore
of Wangfujing, Beijing.
Feb. 20, 2004
Annie Wang was invited by 163.com as a guest to chat with on-line friends. For more information, check http://culture.163.com/editor/040219/040219_82774.html
LILI's French version is published in France.
Annie Wang's Chinese Book From Mainland to Mainstream is published by The Beijing Publishing Group.
Guest Speaker. "Getting Serious with People" at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center sponsored by American Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong, PeopleSoft and the South China Morning Post.
Topic: China's Young Minds
May 7, 2003
Keynote speaker at Prudential Financial, Scottsdale, AZ. Topic:
Asian Pacific Islanders: A Tribute to Many Cultures.
March 6, 2003
Guest speaker at the diversity event of USB Paine Webber.
March 4, 2003
Keynote speaker for the Women's History Month at Mary Washington College
Feb. 23, 2003
Tea with Annie Wang at Union City Library
Annie Wang starts a weekly column She Talks at the most popular Chinese newspaper in
Annie Wang's Book Signing and Reading in the Bay Area:
Due to the popularity of Annie Wang's column People's Republic of Desire in South China Morning Post, the column is moved to page one, Wednesday's feature section.
LILI is published in Germany by Blessing.
Feb. 28, 2002
Annie Wang's novella The Proper Daughter is published in USAToday.com. Through a love affair between an Asian woman who graduated from Harvard Business School and a West-African immigrant, Annie Wang examines the topic of cultural expectation and prejudice.
Feb. 1 to Feb. 4, 2002
Annie Wang's family are in Shanghai and Nanjing to meet with the readers of China's Bronte Sisters, written by Mrs. Wang. Twenty-eight media including Shanghai TV, Shanghai Evening News, Liberation Daily covered the event. China's Bronte Sisters is the No.4 bestseller in the Beijing Book Exposition in January 2002. The book has broken the sales record history of China City Publishing House since it was founded.
Jan. 30, 2002
The FCC Hong Kong is organizing a Club Luncheon with Annie Wang to celebrate the publication of LILI in UK at 12:30 p.m. Annie Wang will be giving a twenty-minute reading.
Jan. 24, 2002
Annie Wang's bestselling book Subukenai is featured on the front-page of the prestigious newspaper Literature Press. Shanghai journalist Lu Mei writes, "Subukenai is a hit and becomes especially hot in the young hip crowd and the intellectual circle...Annie Wang uses her sharp eyes to observe the lives of the returnees and the new rich, Subukenai is a book evokes serious thoughts. She depicts a floating world of the new generation and their city life...party, cars, ivy league school graduates, disco, avant garde music, beauty salons...Both talking about fashion, desire and alterative lifestyle, other pretty woman authors cannot compete in the same level with Annie. She mocks, she laughs, she attacks, she is outrageous and ponderous. Behind her sarcastic and comic tone, we sense her deep concern for humanity and society...Unlike other female authors who were born in the 1970s, Western-educated Annie, graduated from the prestigious University of California at Berkeley, holds a much more sophisticated world view...She doesn't show off the material wealth or high fashion in her life. Instead, she thinks they are unbearably shallow.. "
Author's preclude and the excerpt about the CEOs of .com from Subukenai are printed in Page Two.
Jan. 19 to 20. 2002
Annie Wang's family signed China's Bronte Sisters in Beijing Xinhua Booksore (Wang Fujing) and Beijing Book City. The location of the Wang Fujing Xinhua Bookstore used to be the site of the Wang family's first Beijing apartment Many readers praise that the book written by Annie Wang's mother is not only about mother-daughter relationships and how to raise kids, it is also a book about the nobility of human soul and China's modern history. It's a book meant for all the Chinese intellectuals who live a dignified life after all the hardship they have endured.
Jan. 25, 2002
Lili's hardback version is released by Pan Macmillan in the Great Britain.
1) Daily Telegraph 2) The Times 3) Sunday Independent 4) Sunday Telegraph 5) The Scotsman 6) Face 7) BBC 8) B 9) Evening Leader 10) Company Magazine 11) New Straits Times (Malaysia) 12) Marie Claire 13) Big Issue 14) Liconshire Today 15) Times Literary Supplement 16) the Mirror 17) Sunday Herald 18) News Letter (Northern Ireland) 19) the Glasgow and Edinburgh List 20) Blackpool Gazette 21)Cambridge Evening News 22) Guardian 23) Western Daily Press (Bristol) 23) Gloucester Citizen 24) Western Morning News 25) News and Star 26) The Herald 27) Broadway Ham and High 28) Lancashire Evening Post (Preston) 29) South London Press 30) Book Girl
Jan. 16, 2002
Annie Wang and her book People's Republic of Desire are featured in Hong Kong's Ming Pao.
Jan. 14 2002
Annie Wang and her book People's Republic of Desire are featured in Yazhouzhoukan (Asia Week) of Hong Kong.
Jan. 9, 2002
The first book/CD of Annie Wang's mother, China's Bronte Sisters--How Mother Helps Her Daughters To Achieve Their Goals, is released and the press conference takes place in the annual Beijing Book Exposition. The first-printing is 50,000 copies. Eighty media attended the press conference.
Annie Wang and her best-selling book Subukenai are featured in the January issue of Elle (China), written by their chief editor Wendy Wu.
Annie Wang's book Subukenai is on the best-selling list in Shanghai.
Dec. 9, 2001
Annie Wang starts her weekly "sex and desire" column for Sunday Morning Post.
Dec. 8, 2001
LILI is among the top 10 best-selling fiction books in New Delhi this week. Half a Life by V. S. NAIPAUL ranks No. 1. Fury by SALMAN RUSHDIE ranks No. 2. LILI ranks No. 6.
Annie Wang's Chinese novel The People's Republic of Desire is being published by Hong Kong Cosmos Books.
Nov. 12- 19th 2001
Annie Wang had a press conference, four talks at major universities in Shanghai, and two book signings at Shanghai Book City and Sanlian Books in Shanghai for her latest Chinese book Subukenai. 200 copies of Subukenai were sold in Shanghai Book City during the one hour book signing. Annie Wang is also featured in Family a bi-weekly magazine that has a circulation of 3.5 million and the article is reused by more than forty media.
Oct 22, 2001
A live interview with Annie Wang at RTHK "Lunch Beat" starts at 2:00 p.m. To listen to the program, visit http://www.rthk.org.hk/
Annie Wang will give a talk about LILI at a cocktail party in the Fringe Club, Hong Kong, organized by The Women in Publishing Society, South China Morning Post and Dymocks Bookseller, Inc at 6:30 p.m. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 22, 2001
Pan Macmillan UK published an export edition of LILI
Sept. 14-18, 2001
Annie Wang's new Chinese book The Unbearable Shallowness (Su Bu Ke Nai) is being published by Shanghai Culture Press and promoted in the National Book Festival in Kunming, China. Su-bu-kei-nai is deemed as a Chinese version of Sex and the City. It's the first novel about China's returnees, a satire about China's new sexual revolution and rush to materialism.
Sept. 10, 2001
Annie Wang gave a talk about LILI, English writing, Chinese culture and Chinese women at the Asian and Pacific Rim Studies at the University of Missouri in Kansas City arranged by Professor Robert Gamer, vice president of the Edgar Snow Foundation and professor Jane Chang at the Foreign Languages Department.
Lili is chosen as Buyers' Favorite at Stacey Booksellers in San Francisco.
Lili is chosen as Staff's Pick at Cody's Bookstore at Berkeley.
July and August
Lili is in the Staff Pick's list of Concord Bookshop in MA.
Aug. 17th, 2001
Annie Wang signs and reads Lili at Readers' Books in Sonoma at 7:30 p.m.. For more information go to http://www.readersbooks.com/
August 5th, 2001
Annie Wang appears on "Sunday Salon" with senior interviewer Larry Bensky from 10: 00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (PST) on KPFA (94.1 FM), talking about her book Lili, and China's counterculture.
To listen to it live, visit http://www.kpfa.org/
July 24th, 26th, 28th, 29th, 2001
Annie Wang appears on CNTV's half-an-hour show "One-on-One" (12:30 pm. 7:30. p.m. and 10:30 p.m. PST every day)
July 28, 2001
Annie Wang and Yan Geling, author of The Lost Daughter of Happiness have a dialogue about literature, American experiences, and the differences between the generation gap at the Books By the Bay and the conversation was published in China Youth Daily.
July 20th, 2001
Annie Wang has a live on-line interview at washingtonpost.com. The topic includes her book Lili, the Olympics, young Chinese and current issues in China
July 12, 2001
Annie Wang gave political commentaries on why she supports China's bid for hosting the Olympic Games 2008 at NPR's Pacific Time.
June 5, 2006
1) Kirkus Reviews 2) the LA Times 3) The New Yorker 4) the Washington Post 5) Publishers' Weekly 6) Library Journal 7) the Seattle Times 8) International Herald Tribune 9) WorldNet Daily 10) World Journal (Chinese) 11) Singtao Daily (Chinese) 12. Ming Pao (Chinese) 13) Time Out 14) Hartford Courant 15) Creative Loafing 16) Bookreporter 17) Washingtonpost.com 18) Magazine Littéraire (French) 19) Booklist 20) Pacific Sun 21) NPR 22) Voice of America 23) Details 24) World Journal Weekly (Chinese) 25) South China Morning Post (7/21/01 & 10/20/01) 26) Pacifica Network (WBAI and KPFA) 27) Far East Economic Review 28) The Economist 29) Taipei Times 30) The Austin Chronicle 31) Chicago Tribune ( July 8th, 2001 & Aug. 30, 2001 ) 32) The Indianapolis Star 33) San Jose Mercury News 33) The Asian Reporter 34) Jade Magazine 35) AP Radio Network 36) Radio Free Asia 37) St. Louis Chinese American News (Chinese) 38) HK Magazine 39) B International 40) RTHK 41) Ms. Magazine 42) Bangkok Post 43) The Gazette (Colorodo Springs) 44) The Free-lance Star 45) Winnipeg Free Press 46) New York Times 47) Phuket Gazette (Thailand) 48) USA Today 49) Book Girl 50) Salt Lake Tribune 51) Chicago Sun Times 52) AP 53) Cleveland Plain Dealer 54) East Bay Express 55) The Austin Chronicle
June 18th, 2001
June 15th, 2001
June 8th, 2001
Annie on live TV show "China Crosstalk," , 11.pm KTSF Channel 26
June 5th, 2001
International Herald Tribune published an article about Annie's book Lili "A Novel of Sex, Violence and Tiananmen"
Rights to the Turkish version of Lili have been bought by Alfa Basm Yayn Dagtm in Istanbul.
June 3rd, 2001
The New York Times ran a full page ad of Lili and the four other books published by Pantheon.
May 30th, 2001
Wei Wang won the Best Production Award at the Shanghai International Music Festival.
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