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Chinese Cultural Studies Center (CCSC)


Chinese Cultural Studies Center (CCSC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote, foster, and restore traditional Chinese art and culture through recognition of and collaboration with individuals, groups, organizations and communities who are similarly committed to cultural expression, conservation, and development. The CCSC library is a unique private collection of books and rare Chinese manuscripts, with the mission to provide resources and services in support of research, learning needs, and the dissemination of knowledge in the field of Chinese culture.  The rare manuscripts that the library holds includes shanben printed in the Ming and Qing Dynasty that have been listed in the First and Second batch of "Guo Jia Zhen Gui Gu Ji Ming Lu," an official directory from the Chinese government on old manuscripts that have been designated as having significant cultural value.   CCSC regularly hosts events and lectures, open to the public and its members, on a wide range of topics pertaining to Chinese culture, as well as engaging in long-term cultural projects for research purposes.



304 Lyndhurst Building 29 Lyndhurst Terrace Central, Hong Kong


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