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A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at fostering cooperation through a set of mutually agreed activities was signed this morning between the National Library of Mauritius and the National Library of China at Fon Sing Building in Port Louis.
There are three major library systems, first, public libraries of all levels, from the National Library of China to village libraries, governed by the China Ministry of Culture; second, educational institution libraries, from university libraries to primary school reading rooms, funded by the China Ministry of Education and local administration of education; third, a cluster of special libraries headed by the Chinese Academy of Science.
King Hamad Library has signed memorandums of understanding with a number of international libraries and ancient universities, including the World Digital Library (Library of Congress), British Library, Cambridge University Library, Oxford University Library, British Museum, Japanese parliament Library and National Library of China.
The China Digital Library for Visual Impairment (CDLVI) is an online library created by the National Library of China, the China Disabled Persons' Federation, and the China Braille Publishing House.
Tianhe can store four times of all the books housed in the National Library of China.
Foreign Office Architects - projects include the Yokohama Port Terminal and the forthcoming BBC Music Centre Hopkins Architects - designed MPs' offices Portcullis House Mecanoo - responsible for National Performing Arts Centre, Taiwan OMA - designed the Seoul National University Museum of Art Schmidt Hammer Lassen - projects include the National Library of China The short-listed practices will be invited to say how they would interpret a strategic design brief for the library.
By 1959 the National Library of China possessed 216 volumes.
1 Library of Congress, Washington DC 24,616,867 2 Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg 20,000,000 National Library of China, Beijing 20,000,000 4 Deutsche Bibliotek, Frankfurt 16,593,000 5 National Library of Canada, Ottawa16,000,000 6 British Library, London 15,000,000 7 Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.