The various scenic spots on the Macao Peninsula are really close to each other, so there is no need to look for them. Next to the Gangding Theatre, there is an obvious yellow building with a fresh style. The library is not big, three floors high, the first floor is the reading room, the second floor is "He Dong Library", elegantly furnished, well-equipped, very considerate for readers. When we went there, there were many people reading books. They were all very disciplined, quiet and quiet. They didn't disturb other people. They had very good qualities. In addition to adults'books, there are also children's libraries specially designed for children, cartoon patterns, models, which are very interesting for children. The building also has an open vestibule and backyard. The whole building not only has the convenience of living in the city, but also has the pleasure of solitary gardening. Libraries don't need tickets. Visit discounts also need rest and quiet. Don't disturb other people's reading.
How far did Gangding Theatre come out? It's the He Dong Library. Its facade is not very impressive. It's easy to miss it. It's worth paying attention to. It's also a milky yellow building. It's a three-storey house. It's a courtyard in front of the door. Many children are doing their homework. In the back floor, there are paintings and calligraphy on display. The house with glass outside looks like a reading room. In the back floor, there is a big courtyard.
Founded in 1894 (twenty years of Qing Guangxu), the former owner was D. Carolina Cunha. Sir Edward Ho, a wealthy Hong Kong businessman, bought the building in 1918 as a summer villa in Macau. After his death, according to his will, later generations donated the building to the Macau government for the purpose of opening public libraries. The library was officially opened to the outside world in 1958.
Next to the Gangding Theatre, there is a very obvious yellow building. On the first floor, there is a big lawn and many net red photographs. The library inside is very quiet. On the first floor, there are some study rooms. On the upper floor, there are small libraries, but there seems to be no WiFi, there are outdoor parts and self-service tea.
The Ho Dong Library is a public library which was purchased as a villa by Sir Ho Dong, a wealthy gentleman in Hong Kong in 1918. After He Dong died of illness, he built it into a public library according to his will. The library is divided into old and new districts. The main building of the old district is a garden-style building. The main color of the building is bright and generous goose yellow, decorated with white lines. It looks simple and elegant. The old building is famous for its collection of Chinese classical literature and books. Through the beautiful backyard is the new building built in 2005. It is also the largest library building in Macao. It has a large collection of books, advanced facilities, a leisure in the garden, and free wifi. It's just that we didn't open the door when we arrived.
The library is divided into old buildings and new buildings. Part of the old building is a collection of classical Chinese literature books, many of which are solitary books. The new building is different from the old one in its classical appearance. Its design is full of modern sense. The straight wooden staircase leads directly to the top floor. The libraries and lounges are displayed in different zones on both sides.