National Libraries “Cultural Heritage Preservation and Conservation in the National Library of China”
The content of this article was presented by Mr. Sun Boyang, Director, Legal Affairs Division, National Library of China, at the 26th Conference of Directors of National Libraries on Asia and Oceania (CDNLAO).
The presentation material is available at the Annual meetings page.
The classics are the historical testimony of the continuation and development of human civilization and the important carriers of history and culture. As an important window for cultural heritage and service, the National Library of China (NLC) focuses on the protection and utilization of cultural classics according to its functions and collection characteristics by implementing some key projects.
Projects and Topics Discussed in Article (Including Multiple Images):
- The Chinese Ancient Books Preservation Plan
- Minguo Documents Preservation and Conservation
- National Museum of Classic Books
- National Strategic Depository of Document Preservation Project
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