Interested users could browse the “Multimedia Information System” or visit the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Putonghua and Chinese dialects.
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- The 'Multimedia Information System' will be suspended from 9:15 p.m. on 21 October 2020 to 6:00 a.m. on 22 October 2020 to carry out maintenance work. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
- Please note that the Multimedia Information App has been upgraded on 22 April 2020. Users have to download the latest version of the App available in App Store / Google Play to play the digitised audio-visual content.
- To tie in with the response level under the "Preparedness and Response Plan for Novel Infectious Disease of Public Health Significance" being raised to Emergency Response Level and avoid people from gathering, public libraries will continue to be temporarily closed or partially open. During the period, online booking services for Internet & Digital Service Workstations and multimedia content will also be suspended. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
With "Multimedia Information" mobile app, you can access to the vast amount of digitised contents, including eBooks, images and audio-video materials in the Multimedia Information System anywhere, anytime on your mobile devices.
- The "Ancient Chinese Book Resources from the National Library of China" collection showcases part of the digitised ancient Chinese books collection in National Library of China, including "Epigraphic and Pictorial Rubbings", "New Year Pictures" and "Gazetteers", etc.
- Since Microsoft no longer provides support to Windows XP operating system, readers using computers with Windows XP and IE8 to access Multimedia Information System (MMIS) Portal may encounter problems. We recommend readers to use Firefox or Chrome browsers on those computers when using the MMIS online service.
- Easy searching Old HK Newspapers in Multimedia Information System
- 24 hours Online Booking of Internet & Digital Service Workstations
Introductory Sessions on the Multimedia Information System (MMIS)
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