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Iran national pavilion at Beijing Book Fair 2017
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Iran national pavilion at Beijing Book Fair 2017

Iran is a special guest of the Beijing Book Fair this year and opens its national pavilion today with 13 publishers and over 950 titles. The presence of three literary agents, three illustrators, nine prominent literary authors, researchers, writers on art, and the week-long Iranian film week at the Beijing National Museum are the activities of Iran at the exhibition.  

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