Unmanned mini-libraries and longer opening hours could also be possible with new high-tech self-service kiosks, according to a paper submitted to the Legislative Council by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department on Thursday. Photo: Dickson Lee

RFID technology could be next chapter in Hong Kong’s public libraries and help promote citywide reading culture, says LCSD

  • Government looking to revamp computer systems supporting city’s 70 public and 12 mobile libraries, which reach the end of their serviceable life by 2021
  • Technology would allow users to take out books instantly by tapping their mobile devices
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Unmanned mini-libraries and longer opening hours could also be possible with new high-tech self-service kiosks, according to a paper submitted to the Legislative Council by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department on Thursday. Photo: Dickson Lee
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