Covering more than 600 square meters, the Wuzai Bookstore in Nanjing city, East China’s Jiangsu province boasts more than 10,000 books and a community-based innovative "culture +X" shared space.
Established in 1996 and covering nearly 4,000 square meters, the Librairie Avant-garde (Headquarters) in Nanjing is a well-known private bookstore.
All Sages Bookstore (Wansheng Bookstore) in Beijing was formerly named after Halloween (Wansheng Jie), so its logo was based on a Halloween ghost mask.
Located next to Beiing’s first Broadway Cinemathque, the Kubrick Bookstore (MOMA) was named after the American film master Stanley Kubrick and adopts the business mode of book and coffee.
Covering almost 750 square meters, with a loft and simple European style, the Sisyphe Bookstore adopts the business mode of book and coffee and boasts nearly 50,000 books of various categories.
Established in 1996, the Sanlian Taofen Bookstore was named after Zou Taofen (1895-1944), a famous Chinese journalist, media entrepreneur and the founder of Sanlian Bookstore.
Covering 2,500 square meters and opposite Tian’anmen Square, PageOne (Beijing Fun) is the biggest bookstore in downtown Beijing.
Adjacent to the Palace Museum, Beijing Yanjiyou Bookshop (Wangfujing) is home to 43,250 books and is a palace for arts and design.
Covering more than 1,000 square meters, Beijing Zhongshuge Bookstore (Xidan Galeries Lafayette) is home to over 60,000 books and is a conversation between fashion and classics.