Mobile library team visits departmental offices in Mongpyin Township

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Readers are seen borrowing books from the mobile library.

To raise knowledge, habit of reading and studying literature for young people in their spare time, the staff of Mongpyin Township Information and Public Relations Department conducted a weekly Mobile Library field visit at departmental offices in Mongpyin Township, Kengtung District in eastern Shan State yesterday afternoon.
Officials led by Township Head of IPRD Daw Yin Yin Win conducted field visits as a mobile library to the Department of Information and Public Relations, Township Audit Office, Township Election Sub-commission Office, Township Disaster Management Department Office, and Township Fire Brigade Office and provided book rental services with various kinds of books, including general knowledge and fiction.
Officials from the Department of Information and Public Relations, Mongpyin Township told online stories for readers and children who cannot visit the library during the COVID-19 outbreak.
In addition to debut books and educational talk shows, there are also books and magazines available to readers and bulletins are being rented out to the public, officials said.—Yin Yin Win (IPRD)/GNLM

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