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More public libraries and services to be reopened from 3 April onwards

The Hong Kong Central Library (HKCL), six major and 31 district libraries have been reopened earlier. From 3 April, all small libraries will be reopened. More services and facilities including newspapers and periodicals services, reference library and partial computer facilities in all libraries will also be resumed. All libraries will implement special opening hours, limit the number of people entering the library and adopt other precautionary measures (including users are required to scan the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code or register their names, contact number and the date and time of the visit before admission). From 7 April, the HKCL and six major libraries will resume normal opening hours with arrangement of cleaning session. Please refer to the library notice on the Details.

Hong Kong Public libraries has resumed calculation of overdue fines from 5 March, except for mobile libraries. Patrons are advised to return their overdue items as soon as possible to avoid incurring overdue fines. Patrons are advised to renew or return their borrowed items on time to avoid incurring overdue fines.

1/ The Hong Kong Musicians Series: Thomas WANG: Life of Music Education & Conducting

Date: 2021/4/3 (Saturday) to 2021/7/31 (Saturday)
Time: Library Opening Hours
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (10/F Arts Document Reading Room)
Description: Thomas WANG is passionate about music throughout his life. He performed worldwide, including Hong Kong, Asia and Canada, as a violinist and conductor for decades. He was the Assistant Music Administrator (Professional) of the Music Office and the conductor of the Hong Kong Youth Symphony Orchestra for many years. He made remarkable contribution to the music education in Hong Kong.

The exhibition introduces Thomas WANG's life and his music career through displaying the photographs, house programmes and trophies. Readers can find out more about this renowned violinist and conductor.

1/ Transports in Daily Life: Selected Periodicals

Date: 2021/4/3 (Saturday) to 2021/7/31 (Saturday)
Time: Library Opening Hours
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (4/F Back Issues of Newspapers & Periodicals Reading Area)
Description: Dressing, eating, housing and travelling are the basic needs of our life. In order to make travelling more convenient, various sea, land and air transportations are being invented to meet people's daily needs on commuting and enhance connections between places. We have prepared the “Transports in Daily Life” resources guide on both local and overseas periodicals categorized into Water Transport, Land Transport, and Air Transport.

Readers are welcome to retrieve the periodicals from either Current or Back Issues of Newspapers and Periodicals Reading Area of Hong Kong Central Library. Readers can also login to the Hong Kong Public Libraries Electronic Resources homepage, through the HyRead and Flipster e-Magazine or China Academic Journals Full- text Databases (CJFD) to read the relevant periodicals.

1/ Mobile Payment in Hong Kong

Date: 2021/6/12 (Saturday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (Activity Room 1)
Description: Mobile Payment is very popular in Hong Kong, from retail-chain stores to individual-owned shops. It seems convenient to use the mobile payment applications, such as Apple Pay, Ailpay HK, Google Pay, WeChat Pay, Tap&Go, etc. and these applications always provide attractive discounts. However, people may hold back due to security issues. In this talk, we can learn more about this.

2/ The Impact of Hyperautomation on Enterprises and Individuals (Cancelled)

Date: 2021/3/13 (Saturday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Venue: Hong Kong Central Library (Activity Room 1)
Description: Typical automation uses technology to automate tasks that once required humans to complete. Hyperautomation includes artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). It also covers a series of tools that can be automated, such as analysis, design, monitoring, and so on. Hyperautomation usually leads to the creation of the organisation's Digital Twin. Speakers will share mainstream Hyperautomation tools/platforms and explore the impact on enterprises and individuals.
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