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Acknowledgements

Our sincere gratitude goes to the many HKBU staff who helped us create and maintain this Popular Books Collection.

Special appreciation goes to Yuen Ka Wai for her efforts in collection relocation, Queeny Chan / Mandy Wong for preparing this guide. 

Theme for August to October 2022

倪匡:文字與科幻

文壇巨匠倪匡先生新逝,香港與文學界均失去一大瑰寶。倪匡的作品充滿了奇幻構想,配合其生趣的筆風,創作了無數經典文學作品,實為後進優秀的參考對象。在婉惜倪匡仙逝時,亦不妨多從他大量的作品中吸取養份,學習更多文學知識、豐富眼光。

是次展覽挑選了不少倪匡作品以供閱讀,藏書中更有一眾文學家對倪匡的寫作分析,助讀者深入理解倪匡、學習寫作。歡迎各位讀者來到圖書館三樓,與我們一起一覽文學才子的風華

Learning from Ni Kuang

The passing of the all-time Hong Kong novelist and screenwriter Ni Kuang, is a great loss to the Chinese literary world. Ni, as one of the most prolific and popular authors, has published numerous martial arts and science fiction and also penned more than 300 screenplays.  His popular novels include the New Adventures of Wisely Series and the Dr Yuen Series, which were later adopted into films and TV series.

Popular Books Selection Team has hand-picked marvellous works and adapted films by Ni Kuang, and also books by other writers about him. These selections are showcased in our designated bookshelves on 3/F of the Main Library.

Please make a physical visit to the Main Library or take a look at the service guidelines on our Library website.

 

 

Popular Books Collection

The Popular Books Collection is a frequently changing collection intended to provide recreational and leisure reading for the HKBU community.  

We highlight our collection regularly with a particular theme of interests.

We are located on Level 3 of the Main Library at HKBU. 

The Popular Books Interest Group consists of Lee Ka Wai and Wing Woo.