(Issue 161/February 2021) Need more books for your study? If you find our Library collection doesn’t have what you need, don’t worry. You are most welcome to submit your request during the Library Recommendation Week (8-12 March 2021). We care about your recommendation. The more books you suggest, the more extensive our collection will be!
(Issue 160/February 2021) A holiday is here, and so are some good reads. Chock-full of great health, dieting and fitness reads would let you dive into the long weekend. No matter if you want to have inspiration on living styles, information on health and self-management, or just to read recent bestsellers, these books have you […]
(Issue 156/November 2020) Poems from Louise Glück, the winner of 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature, are available in the Library! Louise Glück’s works are known ‘for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal’. Let’s enjoy the beautiful poetic verses by exploring her works.
(Issue 156/November 2020) The chosen theme of Good Read Corner (by the Department of Chinese) for November and December is ‘Classic Readings’. Titles selected are Chinese classics literature guidebooks of many famous classics enjoyed by readers throughout the centuries. Come pick up a title from the list and immerse yourself in reflecting the various passages.
(Issue 150/August 2020) Thousands of books on a variety of art and design subjects from the Library of Savannah College of Art and Design (Hong Kong) have arrived our Library. Library staff have started to process the titles since the beginning of last month, most of the items will be available on shelves for borrowing […]
(Issue 149/July 2020) Cantonese is a language with a long history. It is widely used by people in Hong Kong, Macao, the Guangdong Province, as well as parts of Guangxi and Hainan. However, as time goes by, many phrases that were once popular have gradually become unknown to young people. Various interesting stories behind different […]
(Issue 148/June 2020) Watching movies at home may be a good choice for such a hot summer night. New award-winning movies are available at the Multimedia Collection on 2/F of the Library. These new arrivals include Academy Awards (Oscars) and Hong Kong Film Awards winners and nominations this year. Get ready your popcorns and enjoy […]
(Issue 143/March 2020) One of the best ways to learn about other cultures is through books – to know some of the history and traditions of the place. If literature indeed mirrors the story of a generation, the Taiwan Hsiang-t’u Literature has very much reflected the lives of ordinary Taiwanese people in 1950-1960s. This genre […]
(Issue 142/February 2020) Wanna have a laugh-out-loud moment? ‑ Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute (by anon, p.128) ‑ The most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help’ (by Ronald Reagan, p.228) ‑ ‘In conclusion’ – the phrase that wakes up the audience (by Herbert […]
(Issue 141/February 2020) Stay positive, stay healthy. All you need is a book. Our librarians have selected some inspiring e-Books for you: More e-Books are available at iRead eBook, iRead EBA eBook and Udn Library. Let’s spare some quality time to discovering and exploring books.