Loyal library visitor wins a certificate
Queen's College student Tsang Tsz-kiu made it into the records book last week when he was named the '10-millionth reader' of the Hong Kong Central Library since it opened on May 17, 2001. He received a certificate from Choi Suk-kuen, acting director of Leisure and Cultural Services.
Tsz-kiu visits the library at noon every day to browse the Chinese detective and martial arts collections, which he says inspires his own writing.
So far the library has recorded average daily visits of more than 16,000. Its most popular facilities include the language learning centre, computer and information centre, toy library and the children's multimedia room.