Library Newsletter No. 120 (April 2021)

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HKUST Library Newsletter | Issue No. 120 | April 2021

Legal Databases

Collection Spotlight: Legal Databases at a Glance

Pkulaw.com (北大法寶) is a comprehensive Chinese law database published by the Peking University Center for Legal Information.

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LG4 New Carrels in use

New Carrels Almost Done!

The study and research carrels replacement project is almost complete! By the time you read this, LG4 will be all done, with LG3 in progress for completion for final exam study.

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Jeffrey Andrew iTalk

Library iTalks in Feb. and March

This year’s Library iTalks kicked off in February with an interesting topic: forensic anthropology. The Zoom talk was also live-streamed on the Library YouTube channel, with ~230 students and staff attending the talk altogether.

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Zoom Teaching Graphic

Library Teaching Expanding and Evolving on Zoom

Following the move of all classes to online platforms in Spring 2020, library programs for undergraduates and postgraduates for the past year have been fully on Zoom. Just like most HKUST instructors and students, librarians adapted fast to the online teaching environment.

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Mike Chinoy iTalk

April 8th Libray iTalk – Mike Chinoy

The Library will host an iTalk with award-winning journalist, former CNN correspondent, and author Mike Chinoy.

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Pottery

圖書館新添中國器物藏品

最近,我館入藏了由本地一位著名收藏家捐贈的五百餘件中國器物。這批贈品以陶瓷冥器為主,有姿態各異的人俑(武俑、文官俑、樂俑和舞俑)和動物俑(獨角獸、犀牛、駱駝、馬俑等),還有瓶罐、爐灶、穀倉、香爐等物件;製作材料多樣,有綠釉、黑陶、褐陶、素陶、灰泥和白瓷等。此外,還有一些重量十足的力士磚、佛頭、佛像,以及雕工細緻的如意、八仙等木器。

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Lecture Series Poster

Library Co-sponsors Global China Humanities Lecture Series

In February 2021, the Global China Center (GCC) of HSS launched its inaugural Global China Humanities Lecture Series with the Library as a co-sponsor.

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Interactive Display

Music & Costumes Exhibition Kicks Off HKUST Arts Festival

The exhibition “Between Europe and Asia: Traditional Music and Costumes from Central Asia, Caucasus and the Middle East” was opened on 24 March, kicking off the HKUST Arts Festival 2021.

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