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Chinese Ebooks

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Chinese Ebooks

Postby tayster » 04 Jan 2014, 10:50

I'm looking for Chinese kids ebooks for the iPad and Kindle, preferably in traditional Chinese. Does anyone know where I can find some?
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Re: Chinese Ebooks

Postby jdallen » 04 Feb 2014, 11:16

Finding ebooks in Traditional Chinese is tough. Try Dangdang for Simplified Chinese. You can find the Dangdang ipad App in the Apple store. The website is below (directly to the Children's Books page). The website is all Chinese. If you can't read Simple Chinese, just use Google Chrome to translate the webpage:

http://book.dangdang.com/children?ref=book-01-A

You can buy all books in-App.
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Re: Chinese Ebooks

Postby bivio » 17 Feb 2014, 12:11

Actually, there are a lot of traditional chinese ebooks online the problem is the websites are only in chinese :)

some links:
https://readmoo.com/
http://www.pubu.com.tw/
http://www.ezread.com.tw/
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