Doris Wang talks to Adam Williams about The Emperor’s Bones, and Liu Xiangwei interviews Adam Williams – for Studio Plus ( CRIENGLISH.com).
A year after publication, Adam Williams’ ‘The Emperor’s Bones’ in Chinese translation remains No 8 on Dang Dang.com’s Best Book List
Based on readers’ and critics’ comments, more than a year after the publication of the Chinese translation of Adam Williams’ historical novel set in China’s warlord era in the 1920s, ‘The Emperor’s Bones’ remains in No 8 place on Dang Dang.com’s Best Books list. The top ten last week consisted of: ‘Only a Doctor […]
Buy Adam Williams’s The Palace of Heavenly Pleasure in Chinese translation on Dangdang Wang and Amazon.cn!
On 6th April 2014, the Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily published a full page article by columnist Zhu Baoyu on Adam Willams’ written works as well as his 100 years’ family background in China. […]
Why We Write: Musharraf Ali Farooqi, David Vann & Ren Xiaowen, with Adam Williams
The opening of the 8th Bookworm Literary Festival will be marked by three prominent authors from around the world discussing their motivations and reasons for writing
Chinese History in English Literature: Adam Williams & Christopher New, with Simon Elegant
China’s vast history of grand emperors, complex and dramatic political intrigue, and cataclysmic civil wars offers up riches ripe for exploitation by story tellers the world over.
China Revolutions and Family History
Date: Wednesday, 5 March 2014 – 18:00-20:00
Venue: Library Room
Price: RMB400 for Capital Club Members (includes 3 course dinner and 1 drink)
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8486 2225 ext.263
An essential expedition
Critics have lauded Adam Williams’ novel, The Emperor’s Bone, as a chance to re-examine a largely ignored period of China’s past, writes Mei Jia.
Hong Kong-born British businessman and explorer Adam Williams has two lifelong fascinations – China and writing. […]
15 September – Sunday – 13:00
OCCB Speaker Series: Adam Williams on China
The Talk: Adam will speak on the topic of “Chinese Revolutions and China History”, which will cover four generations of history in China and the political events going on around them. This talk will be a fully illustrated presentation with period photos. […]
Adam has translated media and newspaper reports on his novel recently published in China: