The Simplified Chinese version (shown to right, with a lovely silver foil brushstroke for the powerlaw shape) has shipped 125,000 copies since publication in November. It went to five printings in its first two and a half months, and broke the sales record for business titles at Dangdang.com (the Amazon of China). It also won some awards, including the Annual Concept Prize of Business Books 2006, and one of the best business and management books of the year by The Economic Observer newspaper.
The book has also sold more than 50,000 copies in Taiwan (cover below), which is really an astounding number (I think it actually sold more there than in the UK).
You can see some of the other covers in various other languages here. I've lost track of how many languages it's been translated into at this point, but I think we're past 30. Every week or so another one arrives in the mail, and the kids try to guess what country it's from. This week it was the Indonesian version in Bahasa. Tricky.
(chinese cover photo from Kevin Wen)