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Two publishing projects in NNU Press receive funding on the national level

Nanjing Normal University Press’s two publishing programs were selected into 2017 national publication funding list by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of The People’s Republic of China. The two programs China's Vocational Education and Employment Services for the Disabled (volume I, volume II) and Complete Works of Zhifo Chen (15 volumes) got founding with a total amount of 2.39 million yuan. This is also the sixth time that NNU press has won financial support from the National Publication Foundation since 2012.

China's Vocational Education and Employment Services for the Disabled includes two volumes namely China's Vocational Education for the Disabled and China's Employment Services for the Disabled. This book will focus on the basic theoretical pattern of vocational education and employment services for the disabled so as to promote the establishment and development of vocational education and employment services supporting system for the disabled.

Mr. Chen is the pioneer of the theory and practice of modern arts and crafts in China, the founder of the Chen-style exquisite brush flower-and-bird painting, a famous art educator and a great master highly respected home and abroad. The book Complete Works of Zhifo Chen (15 volumes) involves Mr. Chen’s over 20 existing works on design (including arts and crafts) and arts education, over 160 professional articles, more than 400 paintings and design works since 1928 as well as letters, diaries and manuscripts.

Three major national foundations of China, the National Publication Foundation, the Natural Science Foundation of China and the National Social Science Foundation of China, mainly focus on supporting the publishing programs that reflect the highest research level of the current stage’s ideology and politics, literature and arts, and science and culture. They are the most influential publication supporting foundations in the publishing industry in China.

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