The public are urged to play their part in a book recycling programme aimed at helping poor mainland children get a better education. Used Book Recycling Campaign 2007 is jointly organised by World Vision and AEON Stores (Hong Kong), and is supported by RTHK. The second phase of the project was launched on August 7. Organisers hope to encourage the public to donate and buy second-hand books to support World Vision's educational programmes in China. Yong Feng Secondary School in Shaanxi province is the beneficiary of the latest campaign. The money will be used to improve school facilities, such as build more classrooms, laboratories, residence halls as well as a library. Besides, the recycling drive promotes environmental protection and the public can buy books at a very low price. The book fair is open today from 11am-8pm at UG2, Phase 2, Lok Fu Centre, Lok Fu. For more details about the campaign, call 2394 2394.