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Sports and Fitness Collection

Start date:

September 2008

Coverage: Information on Sports & Fitness

Sha Tin Public Library

Type: Books for lending, reference books, reports, periodicals, multimedia materials, e-books, e-databases and selected web resources.


The "Sports and Fitness" collection established in Sha Tin Public Library aims at motivating our readers to become more health-conscious and well-informed about the benefits of sports and fitness. This collection also served as the focal point in the Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL) helps readers to explore resources from HKPL and Web on "Sports and Fitness".

The "Sports and Fitness" collection area is now available at the Adult Lending Library, Children's Library, Reference Library and Newspaper and Periodical Section of the Sha Tin Public Library for loan or reference. In addition, subject talks and roving exhibitions are organized regularly to promote the "Sports and Fitness" collection.

Website of Thematic Resources:

Sports & Fitness Information

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Please call (852) 2694 3788 or using the Ask a Librarian – Internet Reference Enquiry Service .