(DALIANNEWS)- The city’s first 24-hour bookstore entitled “Shengwen · New Life in the North” opened for the public in Dalian, a port city of Northeastern China’s Liaoning Province, March 29, 2019.
As a new cultural landmark in Dalian, the exquisite bookstore attracts some international students from Chad, Russia, Parkistan, Japan and other countries on the first day of its opening. The expats have given a high value on this 24-hour bookstore and the city’s cultural environment.
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The brand-new 24-hour bookstore covers a business area of 2,000 square meters, including a main building and a secondary building with an attic. It is designed by well-known space designers from Taiwan, China, presenting a neoclassical European style with the theme of Italian Renaissance.
Here is the video of this eye-catching bookstore where you can enrich your spiritual life.
There are nearly 3,000 different kinds of audio-visual products such as LP, CD, DVD, etc., and tens of thousands of aesthetic works of more than 120 brands of top designers from over 40 countries and regions.
The five-floor bookstore is composed of five areas featuring social science, literary and life, parent-child study, art study, thoughts study and president study. Readers can experience a fantastic book culture tour here.
Cozy coffee bars here also bring readers a relaxed and refined atmosphere.
The bookstore provides an elegant and warm environment filled with humanistic and artistic temperament. According to the report, a series of activities including book fair, culture show, art performance, intangible cultural heritage work show, movie salon, electronic sports game and music appreciation will also be held here, creating more opportunities for readers to communicate and experience the feeling of the city’s cultural atmosphere.
Intersection of Tianjin Street and Minsheng Street, No. 25-3, Minsheng Street, Zhongshan District
Bus No.15, No.16, No.10, No.531, No.405, No.407, No.414, No.613, No.703, etc., or take Subway Line 2 and get off at Zhongshan Square Station (Exit B1), then walk there.