The National Library of Korea visits the NLC for the 22nd business exchange

From 17 June to 24 June, a 5-person delegation of the National Library of Korea (NLK), led by Kim Sang Ug, director of Planning and Training Department of the National Library of Korea (NLK), visited the National Library of China (NLC) for the 22nd business exchange.

On 18 June, Wei Dawei, Secretary of the CPC Committee of the NLC and Deputy Director of the NLC, met with the delegation. Wei Dawei reviewed the business exchanges between the two libraries, affirmed the results achieved through long-term cooperation, hoped that both libraries could carry out in-depth business exchanges in various manners and jointly promote the development of both libraries via cooperative projects. Kim Sang Ug expressed that both libraries had a long history of business exchanges, and this visit would help the colleagues of Korean library community further understand the development status of Chinese librarianship and promote the all-round communication between library communities of the two countries.

Two business exchange meetings were held on 18 June and 19 June. Both sides discussed collection scheme of overseas Chinese (Korean) studies documents, development trend of library cataloging rule and its application in national bibliography construction, and so on. Chen Ying, the NLC Deputy Director, and Sun Yigang, the NLC Deputy Director, attended the meetings respectively.

The exchanges between the two libraries were substantial and effective, which promoted mutual understanding and learning of business work through discussion. Both sides hoped that they could continue to share their experiences through exchanges. The delegation also visited the library of the School of Foreign Languages, Peking University, Shanghai Library, and so on.

The NLC and the NLK established regular exchange mechanism in 1997. Through 20 years cooperation, both libraries enhanced mutual understanding continuously, and set a good example for regional cooperation in the library community.

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