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Alphabooks Book Fair 2021 opened

TTH.VN - Alphabooks Book Fair 2021 has just been opened at Tứ Tượng Park (Hue City) on April 10th to celebrate the Vietnam Book Day (April 21st).

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Alphabooks Book Fair 2021. Photo: Q.T

Alphabooks are offering up to 35% discount to more than 100,000 featured books at the book fair, including many good titles about Hue; new self-helps books and books on life skills, work, entrepreneurship, and creative marketing. In addition, readers also have the opportunity to buy best-selling books from renowned publishers, such as Nhã Nam, AZbooks, FirstNews ...

The book fair will take place until April 18th.

By Trang Hien

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