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Branch Library

Jin-Shan Branch
Tel: 03-6686413
 
Address: No.1-4, Lane 163, Section 1, Guangfu Rd., Dong District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
 
Opne Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-17:00

The libraries are closed on Mondays, election days and other holidays.
 

Transport Information:
Jin-Shan Branch :No.1-4, Lane 163, Section 1, Guangfu Rd., Dong District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
Driving:
After exiting Sun Yat-sen Freeway at the Hsinchu Interchange, continue on along Sec. 1, Guangfu Rd. Turning right on Lane 163, Sec. 1, Guangfu Rd., you should see Jin-Shan Branch on your left.
TRA:

Get off at Zhuzhong Station and go straight along Sec. 4, Zhongxing Rd to Guangfu Rd. Turning right on Lane 163, Sec. 1, Guangfu Rd., you should see Jin-Shan Branch on your left. It takes about 13 minutes to walk. 
Get off at Zhuzhong Station. Turn left and go along Guandong Rd. When you go pass Sec. 1, Guangfu Rd, you should see Lane 163, Sec. 1, Guangfu Rd. Jin-Shan Branch is on your left.
Free Hsinchu City Bus:
Route 55: Get off at World Senior High School. Walk along Guangfu Rd. and turn right on Lane 163. It takes about 5-10 minutes to walk.
Paid Hsinchu City Bus: 

Route 1: Get off at Guandong Bridge. Go straight into Lane 163, Guangfu Rd. Jin-Shan Branch is on your left. It takes about 2-3 minutes to walk.
Route Hsinchu - Xiagongguan: Get off at Guandong Bridge. Go straight into Lane 163, Guangfu Rd. Jin-Shan Branch is on your left. It takes about 2-3 minutes to walk.
 

The Jin-Shan Branch Library of the Eastern District of the City of Hsinchu is located on the second floor of the Jin-Shan village meeting hall. The library is separated in to the Book Area, Computer Area, Audio-Visual Area, Reading Area and Children’s Books Area. The library is located near the Hsinchu Science Park, which is a large reason that most of the library’s visitors work in the Science Park.
Hsiang-Shan Branch
Tel: 03-5387311
 
Address: No.389, Niubu Rd., Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
 
Opne Hours:
Reading Room: Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-17:00
Self-Study Room/Newspaper Reading Room: Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-21:00

The libraries are closed on Mondays, election days and other holidays.
 
Transport Information:

Driving: 

Starting from the Bureau of Cultural Affairs, turn left on Dongda Rd to Jingguo Rd. Sec.1, Near Jingguo Rd. Sec.3,turn right at Niubu Rd. Then the Siang-Shan Branch is on your left.
Turn left from Hsinchu Train Station to ZhongHua Rd. Drive until ZhongHua Rd. Sec.3 and turn right at Jingguang Rd. to Niubu Rd. Go directly for another 1.5 kilometer and the Siang-Shan Branch is on your left.
After exiting the Formosan Freeway at the Jiadong Interchange, going down on Jiadongjingguan Blvd. Turn left at Niubu Rd. and the Siang-Shan Branch is on your left.
Free Hsinchu City Bus (Starting and ending terminal are all Siangshan District Office): 

Route 51—passing Zhongshan Rd.
Route 77—Chung Hua University.
Route 78—Jinshui.
Route 79—Nan’ai
Route 80—NanGang
 

 The Hsiang-Shan Branch Library was established on November 1st, 1985 under the tireless efforts of the elderly patriarch Mr. Pan-Hui Chen. Mr. Chen pro-actively fought for basic infrastructure founding from both the central and local governments and raised over 1 million NTD together with his brothers to build the library. At the time of its founding the library was named after his father, “The Yang-Jing Chen Library”. After the Hsinchu Cultural Bureau was established on October 31st, 1986 the management of the library came under the Cultural Center. In 1992 plans started for automation of the library. In July of 1994 the recording of all library materials was completed, marking the start of the automation process of the library. In April 1996 the library officially linked with the Cultural Bureau’s library network.
      The Hsiang-Shan Branch Library originally was located in a small auditorium on the second floor of the Hsiang-ShanElementary School. In 2000 the library temporarily closed down to accommodate the demolishing of the auditorium. On November 30th, 2002 the library had a trial reopening, and on December 6th official opened for operation. The new library is located in an auditorium on the first floor of the Hsiang-Shan Elementary School. The curved architecture of the roof and split arrangement of windows form a lively appearance, bringing a fresh energy to the city landscape of Hsiang-Shan. Within the library each section is has its own architectural theme, including the simple and minimalistic adult reading area, the relaxing magazine, newspaper and audio-visual area, the interactive children’s reading area and the neat and tidy self-study area, etc. The main color schemes of the library interior feature a contrast between black and white, which are complimented with yellow flowers and green leaves, making for an elegant, lively and bright reading environment when the sun is shining through the windows.
Yan-Shui Branch
Tel: 03-5372000 
 
Address: No.38, Lane 262, Zhangxing St., Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
 
Open Hours:
Reading Room:
Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-17:00
Self-Study Room/Newspaper Reading Room:
Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-17:00

The libraries are closed on Mondays, election days and other holidays.
 

Transport Information:

Driving:  

Drive on Southern low-half of West Coast Expressway passing Fengqing Coastline and Lantian Bridge. Turn into slow lane and turn left at the next traffic light. Go to the end of the lane (Zhangxing St.), turn right, and go straight to the first yellow interval. Then turn right into Lane 262, Zhangxing St. At the end of the lane, on the left of Yan-Shuei Park is Yan-Shuei Branch.
Driving on Southern low-half of West Coast Expressway passing Fengqing Coastline and Lantian Bridge, you shall see Shuqin Bridge. The library is right beside Shuqin Bridge, but due to on the opposite driveway, it is not allowed to drive in directly. Therefore, drive straight to Siangshan access road of West Coast Expressway and turn back to the library.
TRA:
Get off at Siangshan Station. Get out of the station and walk straight for 1 minute to Zhonghua Rd. Turn left, heading to south direction of Zhonghua Rd. Walk to Zhangxing St., which is beside Siangshan land bridge and going directly passing Zhangxing Park. Turn right at the second yellow interval (Lane 262, Zhangxing St.). At the end of the lane, on the left of Yan-Shuei Park is Yan-Shuei Branch. It takes about 30 minutes to walk.
Bus:
MiaoLi Bus: Get off at Jiasheng Station and walk along Lane 273, Zhangxing St. Turn left at the end of the lane to Zhangxing St. After about 2 minutes walk, turn right into Lane 262, Zhangxing St. At the end of the lane, on the left of Yan-Shuei Park is Yan-Shuei Branch (beside Shuqin Bridge, next to Xibin Expressway). It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk.
Free Hsinchu City Bus:
Zhuqian Minibus “Siangshan to Gangnan”: Start off at Siangshan District Office and get off at Lane 273, Zhangxing St. Walk to the end of the lane and get into Zhangxing St. Go straight and turn right into Lane 262, Zhangxing St. At the end of the lane, on the left of Yan-Shuei Park is Yan-Shuei Branch. It takes about 10-17 minutes to walk.
 

The Yan-Shui Branch Library was established on April, 2nd 2003. The library is located at the second floor of the Yan-Shui Community Activities Center. With the larger area of the Siang-Shan region, it was very difficult to reach the existing reading recourses for citizens of southern Siang-Shan. The Yan-Shui Branch Library of the Cultural Bureau was established in southern Siang-Shan to provide service for the local residents. The branch library is positioned as a general community public library. The collection of the library has universal and public development characteristics, and emphasizes parent-child reading, language study and relaxing reading.
Nan-Liao Branch
Tel: 03-5365275
 
Address: No.17, Zhongguang Rd., Bei (North) District, Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
 
Open Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 9:00-17:00

The libraries are closed on Mondays, election days and other holidays.
 

Transport Information:

Driving: 
After exiting Sun Yat-sen Freeway at the Hsinchu Interchange, drive towards Sec. 2, Gongdao 5th Rd. Turn left to Ciyun Rd. and drive along Jingguo Bridge to Provincial Highway 68. After driving down the interchange at Nanliaoduan Exit, turn left towards Nanliao/ Xinfeng. When arriving Sec. 1, Xibin Rd, turn left to Zhongfu Rd. At the second crossing, turn left to Zhongguang Rd, then Nan-Liao Branch is on your left.
At The Cultural Affairs Bureau, Hsinchu City, go along Dongda Rd. to the direction of Nanliao. Turn left at Sec. 4, Dongda Rd. to Zhongguang Rd. Nan-Liao Branch is on your right. It takes about 15 minutes.
Free Hsinchu City Bus:
Route 55: Get off at Lutheran New Village (right in front of Yanbo Building). Go along Sec. 4, Dongda Rd. and turn right to Zhongguang Rd. after passing Xibin Rd. Nan-Liao Branch is on your right. It takes about 5 minutes to walk.
Paid Hsinchu City Bus:
Route 15: Get off at Village Office (Kowloon Tong Restaurant). Go along Sec. 4, Dongda Rd. and turn left to Zhongguang Rd. Nan-Liao Branch is on your right. It takes about 2-3 minutes to walk.
 

The Nan-Liao Library was established in July, 2004 under the direction of former Mayor Lin. Since then the library has been a treasured place of learning for the community members and students. However because of the small space, run-down facilities and ever increasing demands of the community members for faster and increased reading opportunities the library was unable to meet the reader’s needs. Luckily in recent years the Ministry of Education has been promoting the “Public Library Reading Environment” Space Improvement Plan. In order to allow local citizens to enjoy a more pleasant reading environment and better library recourses, the city and local government teams worked hard to obtain 1.65 million NTD in grant funds in June, 2002. The city government also allocated 740,000 NTD for the project, making a total of 2.40 million NTD of funds to be used for the renovation of the library. In August of the same year plans were designed for the project, in December construction contracts were awarded. After construction during January to May of 2003 the Library was reopened for operation on May 25th.

Goals of Operation

Create a reader-centered comfortable and natural reading environment. Build a minimalist yet beautiful and functional library.
Promote parent-child reading, provide reading materials which can satisfy the educational needs of different family structures.
Develop the characteristics of the library: Children’s books, parent-child education, fishing and marine culture, etc.
Plan diverse reading activities to allow the library to become a lifelong center of learning for the community and friendly neighbor.
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