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Scan QR Code to Borrow E-books in West Lake Study
en.hangzhou.com.cn  2019/10/11 14:57  City Express

As you come to the West Lake Study in Zhuantang Street of Hangzhou, the only thing they need to do is taking out their mobile phones and scanning them on the self-help borrowing machine to complete the borrowing within one minute with great convenience.

It is understood that a variety of operations such as borrowing and returning, renewal and inquiry can be done on the machine,giving readers freedom and privacy of reading. With the help of the machine, the public only need to scan the QR code and then they will receive the e-book on their mobile phone, thus creates a "customized" mobile library for the readers.

Since the West Lake Study opened in May, it has become a good place for readers living nearby . The study is located at No. 9 Dongshi road covering an area of 200 square meters.

At present, the study has a storage of more than 15,000 books, which are divided into eight categories of more than 40 kinds, including domestic literature, foreign literature, philosophy and art, political economy, national defense and military, historical geography, cultural and educational science, children's books, children's picture books and other books.

During winter and summer vacation, the study will also set up bookshelves for children and add wonderful picture books suitable for them with the hope that children can develop their reading habits, experience the pleasure of reading, and constantly expand their knowledge.

The library is open from 8.30 am to 11.30 am and 14.00 to 17.00 PM on weekdays. Citizens can borrow for free with their ID Card, Citizen Card or Alipay. Each person can borrow up to 20 books at one time for up to 40 days. The study is also connected with Hangzhou library system to facilitate readers to return books in other libraries.

Author:Fang Jingyi Editor:Wang Yueyun
 
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