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Tianyi Pavilion: A treasure trove of ancient books in Ningbo


Founded during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the Tianyi Pavilion stands as one of the oldest private libraries in China. Hundreds of years of history are contained in its more than 300,000 volumes, making it a national center for the restoration of ancient books and also a symbol of Ningbo's cultural heritage and preservation efforts. It inspires visitors to draw strength from ancient books and Chinese civilization.

(This story was produced by journalism students from the Communication University of China: Yu Xi, Zhang Yimeng, Zhang Shuo, Chen Zhekai, and Wen Jiayi.)

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