Tencent’s China Literature wants to woo 100,000 American and Canadian writers

//Tencent’s China Literature wants to woo 100,000 American and Canadian writers

Tencent’s China Literature wants to woo 100,000 American and Canadian writers

China Literature, a subsidiary of tech giant Tencent Holdings, has been churning out profits from one of Chinese netizens’ favourite pastimes: reading serialised novels. Now it is trying to export that proven business model to the rest of the world, with plans to double the number of its North American writers in 2021, the company’s head of international business Sandra Chen told the South China Morning Post. “We aim to grow the number of North American writers to 100,000 this year,” said Chen,…

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