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You are cordially invited to the Library Book Talk by Mr Sam Kwok (Founder & CEO, Skyyer) on “想走 · 就走”. The event will be conducted in Cantonese. For details, please refer to the following announcement.

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HKUST Library

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The new issue of “Notes from the Library” is available at http://library.ust.hk/newsletters/february-2017/

HKUST Library Newsletter | Issue No. 103 | February 2017

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MAGAZINE STORIES

1. “Books of the Year 2016,”
The Economist (December 10, 2016)See what The Economist considers the best books of the year. They are an eclectic batch, covering many topics: politics, economics, history, language, microbiology, and even medieval European manuscripts. If the Library doesn’t have a print or e-copy of the book, you can search and request via HKALL, or ask the Library to purchase a copy.

The Economist is available electronically at
http://lbdiscover.ust.hk/bib/b1136676

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