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We encourage new ways of thinking. Our libraries in Malaysia and overseas lay the foundation for lifelong learning.
If you've been in the library over the past few weeks you may have noticed some changes to the Reserve Collection in LLC Level 3. All items from the Reserve Collection are now moved to the Open Shelf Collection. If you cannot find a book, just look for our friendly library staff.
What does it mean to be a Chinese in the Malay state of Terengganu? Under such circumstances, the Chinese community in Terengganu adopts an identity of its own due to its distinctive cultural and religious practices. Learn more about this community by borrowing this book from the library. https://goo.gl/Xh83xK
Moving to higher ground – from open access (OA) to open science in Asia Asia OA Meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal
One old minibus and 1,300 books: the mobile library for refugees in Greece
Recommended reading for each decade of your life.
Did you know Neapolitans believe it's good luck to throw pots and pans out the window at midnight on every New Year Eve? For other fun New Year traditions, visit this page:
Merry Christmas! Learn more about the origins of Yule Logs, mistletoe, and tree-trimming with this library e-book:
Crowds show up every year to Stonehenge for the Winter Solstice sunset, to see how the sun works with one of the world's oldest astronomical instruments. Learn more about Stonehenge by watching this video from Monash streaming video service Kanopy: