The NLC holds 2015 Working Conference on Party Style and Clean and Honest Administration Construction
(2 April 2015) From 25 March to 26 March, 2015 Digital Library Promotion Project propagandists training course, which was sponsored by the National Library of China (NLC), organized by Wuhan Cultural Affairs Bureau, and co-organized by Wuhan Library, was held in Wuhan. Zhu Jin, deputy director of Wuhan Cultural Affairs Bureau, attended the opening ceremony and addressed a speech. About 80 people attended the training course, including principals responsible for propaganda work from 75 provincial and municipal public libraries.
In the opening ceremony, the NLC awarded Propaganda Work Excellent Libraries in 2014, awarding medals of Excellent Organization Library to Zhejiang Library and other 9 libraries, reviewed and summarized the propaganda work of “Enjoy E-Reading” activity of Digital Library Promotion Project (hereinafter referred to as DLPP), made an arrangement for propaganda work in 2015, and further emphasized the importance of DLPP propaganda work.
The full report is here.
(31 March 2015) On the afternoon of 6 March, the National library of China (NLC) held 2015 Working Conference on Party Style and Clean and Honest Administration Construction, which conveyed the spirits of important speeches of Xi Jingping and Wang Qishan made in the Fifth Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, and the spirits of 2015 Working Conference on Party Style and Clean and Honest Administration Construction of the Ministry of Culture, summarized the NLC Party style and clean and honest administration construction in 2014, and made an arrangement for the work in 2015. Han Yongjin, NLC director and secretary of the CPC Committee of the NLC, made an important speech in the conference, which carried out the spirits of Central Committee and the Ministry of Culture, and further promoted the NLC Party style and clean and honest administration construction, and anti-corruption work.
The report from the National Library of China is here.