Monday, October 1, 2018
Coming Up Next: Meet Oliver Chin and the Wonderful World of Chinese Children's Books
Children’s books have existed for generations. My next guest on Conversations is children’s books author Oliver Chin of the San Francisco Bay area.
A critically-acclaimed writer and author, Chin reminds us that dreaming up, writing, designing and developing engaging children’s books is not child’s play.
Chin has written more than 15 books, including picture books. His titles include The Tao of Yao: Insights from Basketball’s Brightest Big Man, Tales from the Chinese Zodiac, Julie Black Belt: The Kung Fu Chronicles, The Discovery of Ramen and more. He is the founder of Immedium, a publishing house specializing in Chinese children’s books.
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