The Beijing Center Press




As part of TBC’s Academic and Research Division, The Beijing Center Press is a publishing house dedicated to publishing distinctive works with an investigative, creative, or instructional nature, that contribute to a variety of China-related topics, including, arts, history, culture, philosophy, business, literature, society, policy and politics, religion, environment, sciences, current affairs, etc.

All works published by The Beijing Center Press (with unique ISBNs), will be available for search and purchase on and/or, as well as their worldwide regional branches. 

Although TBC Press is not a Chinese publishing house and our publications will not be distributed in China, works in both Chinese and English are welcome, as well as other languages.

If you are interested in publishing your work with us, please contact us at [email protected], briefly describing your work. Upon review of your work, we will contact you with a recommended milestone/timeline for your project and arrangements.



To Define Sea Change and Explore Strategy (2020), by author Yinhong Shi, is comprised of eighteen articles and essays. Written in Chinese, this collection demands a lingual dexterity from its readers to delve into the assessment of China in terms of its politics, economy, society, ideology and culture, and foreign affairs. This collection discusses the strategies China should consider and undertake – in an ever-changing world – that would significantly impact its global role in the future. Furthermore, this collection’s insight focuses on the national priorities of China and how the country’s strategic thinking can contribute to its domestic and international presence and power.

Available now on Barnes & Noble here.


Matteo Ricci: Letters from China (2019), new and expanded in English translation, presents a selection of Ricci’s letters and original essays by leading experts who examine the significance of Ricci’s thought for our time.  The letters of Matteo Ricci (1552-1610) provide insight into the thinking and experience of this highly regarded Jesuit scholar and missionary. Reading Ricci one marvels how his deep understanding and experience of China can still speak to us today.  Ricci’s letters enrich our knowledge about China, cross-cultural dialogue, friendship, and can serve as a guide in meeting the opportunities and challenges of East and West relations today.

Available now on here.

  • Matteo Ricci: Letters from China
  • Edited by: Brendan Gottschall, S.J., Francis T. Hannafey, S.J., Simon G. M. Koo, and Gianni Criveller.
  • Paperback: 172 pages
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1733789901
  • ISBN-13: 978-1733789905

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