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Q: where to buy books here in guangzhou except from the bookselling center?

I heard that there's a wholesale market  or black market for books here in Guangzhou? Where?

8 years 31 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guangzhou

 
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http://www.amazon.cn/图书/b/ref=sa_menu_bo0?ie=UTF8&node=658390051

This is a good website for buying books. The prices are cheaper and they deliver goods very fast, mostly in or two days.

I hope it can help you.

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Haven't heard of any wholesale market for books, books are heavily controlled by the government, so it is difficult to find any decent book stores here.  I've seen a couple smaller stores sell fake copies of books in poor translations, but never the real imported books. The only time I ever encountered a wholesale book selling was during the Southland Book Festival about a month ago at the Pazhou Exhibition center. I was up to my eyeballs in a sea of books for miles, I had never seen anything like it. Have some patience, they do it at least once or twice a year in GZ.

 

Buy on Taobao or Amazon, or make a cheap trip on the weekend to Hong Kong, where you can get any book in the world.

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