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All Hong Kong Public Libraries will be reopened

With effect from 19 April (Tuesday), students’ study rooms of the Hong Kong Public Libraries will be reopened. With effect from 21 April (Thursday), all public libraries and mobile libraries will resume services. In accordance with the Government's latest Vaccine Pass requirements, Vaccine Pass arrangement will be implemented on the same dates, other precautionary measures include limiting the number of people entering the library and 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 for necessary contact tracing if a confirmed case is found. For details of service resumption, opening hours and admission arrangement, please refer to Details.

Calculation of overdue fines will be resumed from 5 May for late return of library items. Readers are advised to renew their borrowed items on time or return the overdue items as soon as possible in order not to incur overdue fines.

Application for Students’ Study Room Admission Card during examination season

The application result announcement date for Students’ Study Room admission card is 19 April 2022. (Notice)

Conference Information

The CCDSCR was first initiated as an International cooperative conference in 2000, with its objectives to connect all libraries or information institutions worldwide that hold Chinese documents and to enhance cooperation and resources sharing among these organizations. In the past 14 years, 9 conferences had been held in Beijing, Taipei, Macau, Nanjing, Hong Kong, Lanzhou and Dunhuang, with participants came from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, USA, UK and the Netherlands, etc. Starting 2006, the conference was scheduled biennially, with each conference lasting for 2 to 4 days. For each conference, a main theme is set to facilitate the attendants to discuss on the mutual construction and sharing of Chinese resources. Other than topical reports on past projects, the attendants also talk on cooperation of new projects. Since the first conference, there had already been 14 cooperative projects established, including the catalogues of ancient books, rubbings, genealogy, digitization of documents, Chinese name authority, etc.