Due to the coronavirus pandemic the companies of Marszałek Publishing Group work remotely. In this mode the General Manager of Time Marszałek Group, Adam Marszałek, PhD, and his assistant were negotiating with the representatives of Chinese publishing companies: Sichuan Lan-Bridge Information Technology and Beijing Times Chinese Press. The result of the talks was signing on-line agreements for publishing in Poland more than twenty Chinese books, e.g. about the most recent trends in China, the history of rice, China’s integrity and its relations with Africa.
Chinese publishing partners share their experiences from the fight with coronavirus with Poles. Thanks to this support companies belonging to Marszałek Publishing Group – Time Marszałek Group oraz Marszałek Development & Press – published two informative books how to stop spreading the virus: “Nie chcemy cię, koronawirusie” destinated for kids and a bigger one “Nowy koronawirus i zapalenie płuc. Informacje o ochronie”. The materials are available by clicking on the book’s titles.
During the stay in China, General Manager of Time Marszałek Group, Adam Marszałek, PhD, launched talks about the possibility of cooperation between TMG and China Children’s Press & Publication Group. Negotiations were participated also by CCPPG general manager Lina Shen, President’s assistant Bartosz Płotka, PhD, CCPPG copyright manager Chunchen Wang and Qiang Tian.
Time Marszałek Group, which is a part of holding Marszałek Publishing Group, together with Foreign Languages and Teaching Press has published a book set for learning Chinese dedicated for kids. The set consists of a colorful handbook, an exercise book and a CD with audio recordings facilitating the learning process.
During the visit in China to celebrate a good old Chinese tradition there was organized a lunch for the members of cooperating Marszałek Publishing Group and Beijing Times Chinese Press. The honorary seats were taken by presidents Adam Marszałek and Bao Yunjiu. They were accompanied by the prominent diplomat prof. Miao Huashou, Oleg Golovko who is a president of Helvetica being a part of MPG, BTCP director Tao Chen, BTCP Editor-in-Chief Qifa Song, MPG assistant Bartosz Płotka, BTCP copyright manager Sylvie Tian and a new BTCP manager Yu Ling.
The participation in world publisher’s conference in Tai’an resulted in beginning the cooperation between Marszałek Publishing Group with world-class publisher Lan-Bridge. The talk between MPG President Adam Marszałek and Manager Alice Wang has led to the first negotiations concerning Chinese publishing proposals.
For a delegation of Marszałek Publishing Group stays in China mean not only new faces but often meetings with long-term publishing partners. That is why a lot of joy made us a meeting with the team from Encyclopedia of China Publishing House led by Director Ma Lina. It will result in publishing another books with this prestigious publisher.
In collaboration with Encyclopedia of China Publishing House, Time Marszałek Group has published another part of the series on the History of Chinese Civilization: the History of Chinese Wushu, probably the most fascinating book of the series. Chinese wushu are spectacular martial arts and superhuman abilities of body control. The book consists many documented descriptions of amazing feats, trainings and sacrifices. Considering the huge popularity of Chinese martial arts in pop-culture – let’s just mention Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan or Jet Li – we encourage everyone to read it.
In China there was a forum of Shanxi publishing group for which there were invited delegates of Marszałek Publishing Group: President Adam Marszałek, prof. Miao Huashou, CEO of Helvetica Oleg Golovko and assitant Bartosz Płotka. The newest achievements of seven companies of the group were presented to the invited guests. Editors Yike Tian and Ren Xiufang have shown to the gathered the effects which made a huge impression.
A very nice element of international publishers conference in Tai’an was a meeting of Marszałek Publishing Group delegates (President Adam Marszałek, his assistant Bartosz Płotka and Helvetica CEO Oleg Golovko) with very sympathetic representative of Research Press, Helen Zhang, being a part of prestigious China International Publishing Group. The aim of the conversation was to discuss the aspects of on-going cooperation between the partners.