Strolling in Chinatown in Sydney, Australia, I ran into the Chinatown Library and saw many Chinese books in it. I felt very kind! The facade of the Chinatown Library is not too conspicuous. This is the public library with the largest collection of Chinese books in Australia. You can borrow books for free here. It is also like a small museum with many photos of early Chinese living and working in Sydney. Worth seeing!
I passed by on the morning of New Year's Day, and it was not opened. From a distance, the door was very antique. It must be an attraction. I walked in and found that it was a library. Australia is really full of attractions, all worth seeing.
I often come here to read books, there are all kinds of books, and you can learn a lot of knowledge.
The library is very large and the collection of books is very rich, a good place to study.
Sydney's Chinatown Library is in Chinatown on George Street. The door is not very conspicuous, but it is easier to see. There is a station next to it. This may be the public library with the largest collection of Chinese books in Australia, and you can borrow books for free here. Even if you are not going to borrow books, there are many pictures in the library that record early Chinese living and working in Sydney.