China SARA Launches Digital Religious Library

By China Religious Culture Publisher, July 17, 2018 02:07 AM

Screenshot of "the digital library" from the website of "China Religious Culture Publisher"(China Religious Culture Publisher)

On July 10, 2018,  "China Religious Culture Publisher", subordinate to the State Administration for Religious Affairs, held a launching ceremony of its religious professional repository and digital library in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu.

The publisher has constructed an authoritative and professional religious resource pool where content is presented through the Internet and new media outlets.

The content resources cover five categories: policies and regulations, religious classics, academic studies, textbooks and tutorials, knowledge, and cultures. They are to meet the professional knowledge demands of officials in charge of religious affairs, the religious community, and related researchers.

There are 300 kinds of digital books, partial documents, audios and visual videos on the digital service platform where a religious knowledge system will be built. 

- Translated by Karen Luo

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