Signing an Agreement of Co-operation between Kanoon and China Peace Publishing House

Kanoon and China Peace Publishing House signed an agreement in Tehran 32nd International Book Exhibition.

Hamed Rahnama, Head of Kanoon Public Relations and International Affairs Office and Lin Yun, Head of China Peace Publishing House signed the agreement. China was the special guest at this round of book exhibition.  

According to the agreement both organizations are going to get more involved in purchasing and selling copyright for books and other types of products.

In the ceremony, Rahnama said, “Kanoon is a pioneer in preserving copyright in Iran. So far, Kanoon has purchased more than 200 books from foreign publishers and has sold them more than 400 titles.” 

At the opening of his speech, Rahnam introduced various sections of Kanoon and talked about its activities and programs.

Rahnama said, “Kanoon is a multi-purpose organization. He said Kanoon was established in 1965 to publish books for children and young adults. Kanoon has 1012 fixed and mobile cultural and postal centers in Iran. that provides cultural services.

He added that Kanoon publishes books with various topics such as science, story, poetry, handicraft, and reference books. Other activities by Kanoon are producing films and animations, theater, music, entertainment, holding various national ceremonies, painting competitions, international animation festival, storytelling and national children week for various age groups.

The head of public relations and international office said Iran attended as special guest at Beijing International Book Exhibition in 2016 which gave way to more co-operation between Iran and China. He said, “We hope this round of Tehran Book Exhibition consolidates interactions between the two countries.”

Lin Yun in a short speech said, “China Peace Publishing House is a member of Jianxi Publishing Group established in 1993. It has more than 130 subsidiary companies and 10 thousands staff.  This group was founded in 1985. It publishes books for children and young adults up to the age of 18. It publishes 300 new books and 600 is republished.

The agreement was signed in order to introduce Iranian books to Chinese Children in a more thorough way, to develop interaction and collaboration between the two countries. The agreement was signed.  on April 24, 2019 at 32nd Tehran International Book Exhibition.

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