:::

Web Sources

:::

Off-Campus

About NCL
In 1912, the Provisional Government of the Republic of China was established in Nanjing. The Ministry of Education’s Department of Social Education was responsible for overseeing the operations of libraries. At the time, the Ministry of Education already had the idea to build a national library. In 1928, the University Yuan held a meeting on national education, during which it was decided to build a central library in Nanjing to be both the highest repository in the nation for scholarship and culture as well as a model for all regional libraries. On January 21, 1933, the Ministry of Education sent Fu-tsung Chiang to serve as a committee member of the National Library Preparation Committee. In March, the Ministry of Education ratified the seven articles comprising the Organizational Outline of the National Central Library Preparatory Office. This is the Library’s earliest organizational regulations. On April 21, an office was rented in Nanjing’s Shatangyuan.
Intellectual Property Office (TIPO)
Responsible for formulation of IP policy, enforcement and inter-agency coordination.
 
cron web_use_log