A college student in Hanoi has built two free libraries in the heart of the Vietnamese capital as part of his personal mission to promote a stronger reading culture in the local community. Hoang Quy Binh, a 24-year-old student at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology, has such a strong passion for literature that he has dedicated the past three years to building D Free Book, a free library which provides access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds. Binh originally set up D Free Book in his small apartment, but has had to relocate his growing book collection on four separate occasions since its introduction. He has now settled the main ‘branch’ of his library in a room at his university, located at 67 Le Thanh Nghi in the capital’s Hai Ba Trung District. After three years in operations the 400 book collection he started with numbers well into the thousands. Expansion and spreading influence on local readers Binh opened his second D Free Book location in 2018 at 2 Vien May Alley on Pham Van Dong Street in Hanoi’s Cau Giay District where more than 6,000 books from a wide variety of genres, from science fiction to business management,… Read full this story
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