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Modern Living Collection

Start date:

December 2015


Information on modern home and green living

Location: Tsuen Wan Public Library
Type: Lending books, reference books, periodicals, multimedia materials, e-Books and e-Databases.


Tsuen Wan Public Library’s Modern Living collection serves to promote public’s awareness and get them involved into a stylish and low carbon living through the provision of information on interior design and green living.

The collection is now available at the Adult Lending Library, the Reference Library and the Newspaper and Periodical Section of Tsuen Wan Public Library for lending out or on-site consultation. Subject talks will be organised regularly to promote the collection.

The “Modern Living” Collection comprises the following topics:

  • Interior design and decoration
  • Landscape design
  • Do it yourself for your home
  • Tidying up your home
  • Green Living

Website of Thematic Resources:

Modern Living Collection

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