National libraries meet in China, seek cooperation

(17 May 2017) A two-day conference enhancing cooperation among key libraries in Asia and Oceania,  opened at the National Library of China in Beijing on Wednesday.

The 25th CDNLAO annual meeting gathered 30 delegates from 20 countries in the region to pursue closer connections within this group, including exhibitions, training and sharing of information.

The meeting in Beijing, which is themed “Building a Sustainable Regional Network for the National Libraries”, calls for a common vision to improve international influences of libraries of Asia and Oceania as a whole.

The National Library of China hosted the conference previously in 1989 and 2004.

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