Wei Dawei heads a delegation to the National Diet Library


From 5 November to 12 November, a 5-person delegation of the National Library of China (NLC), led by Wei Dawei, Secretary of the CPC Committee of the NLC and Deputy Director of the NLC, visited the National Diet Library (NDL) for the 38th business exchange between the two libraries.

During the visit, Wei Dawei met with Sawako Hanyu, Director General of the NDL. Wei Dawei said, through long-term exchanges, the two libraries had learned from each other's experience and promoted the librarianship development. Such long-term and stable cooperation had played positive roles in promoting the mutual development of Chinese and Japanese librarianship as well as the cultural exchanges between China and Japan. Sawako Hanyu said, the business exchanges between the two libraries had a long history and achieved remarkable results, and the Japanese side was willing to continue to share its experience in the development of library business with the Chinese side.

During the exchange, Wei Dawei and Kazukou Sakata, the NDL Deputy Director General, made a report on the promotion of librarians' professional ability and the cultivation of professional talents respectively. Subsequently, the two sides held in-depth exchanges and discussions on personnel training in business survey, reader service, legislative decision-making service, and so on, which deepened mutual understanding.

During the exchange, the delegation visited Tokyo Main Library, International Library of Children's Literature, and Kansai-kan of the National Diet Library, General Library of the University of Tokyo Library System, Buddhist Art Library of the Nara National Museum, the Kyoto International Manga Museum, and so on. During the visit, the delegation focused on digital library development, the construction and management of automatic stacks, the collection and management of children's books and comic books, the collation and research of Buddhist art materials, and so on.






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