Hunan’s Changsha Establishes a Friendly-Library Relationship with Gumi, South Korea
On the morning of September 11, Gumi Mayor Jang Se-yong and his entourage visited the physical bookstore, reading room for the visually impaired, electronic reading room and foreign language reading room in Changsha Library. After that, a ceremony for the establishment of a friendly-library relationship between the libraries of both cities was held in the Library.
Deputy Secretary-General of the Changsha Municipal People's Government Lu Xingying delivered a speech at the ceremony. He said that a series of cultural exchange activities are planned to carry out to fully demonstrate the economic development and cultural prosperity of the two cities. It will further promote cultural exchanges between China and South Korea, and deepen the friendship between the two peoples.
After the ceremony, both sides officially signed the "Agreement on the Establishment of Friendly-Library Ties between Changsha City and Gumi City" and carried out a book exchange event.
Changsha Library presents a study passport to Gumi Mayor Jang Se-yong.
Gumi Mayor Jang Se-yong and his entourage visit the reading room for the visually impaired in Changsha Library.
Gumi Mayor Jang Se-yong and his entourage are learning about the reading service for the visually impaired people in Changsha Library.
Gumi Library and Changsha Library signed the “Agreement on the Establishment of Friendly-Library Ties between Changsha City and Gumi City".
Translator: Zhang Meng
Chinese source: changsha.cn