Jordan Peterson’s Bestseller “12 Rules for Life” Receives Chinese Translation

  • by Alan Hobbs
  • 4 Years ago
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Renowned professor and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson’s large following is about to get even larger. His hit book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, took the publishing world by storm in 2018 when it sold over 3 million copies, a major feat for any book – particularly for one in the niche genre of self-help books.

The well-received title has just received a Chinese translation and is available in bookstores throughout Taiwan.

Peterson’s rise to fame has largely been attributed to his well-articulated speeches and no-nonsense style, which have attracted a lot of attention online. Many of his interviews have gone viral.

While he has a global audience and some of his more famous appearances have been translated into Chinese, this marks the first time such a large body of his work has been made officially available to a Chinese-speaking market.

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