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The Book of Thought, compiled by order of the Qing Emperor Qianlong.

Sago is a fourfold classification of ancient Chinese books: sutras for scripture, sas for history, zha for discipleship, and zhi for a person’s collection of cigars.

In order to spread the Book of Sages, the Qianlong Emperor transcribed a total of seven copies and sent them around the country, one of which is located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.

It was moved from the Hangzhou Wulan Pavilion and is now housed in the Zhejiang Provincial Library.

A total of 36,000 books are housed in 360 wooden storage boxes.

Maintaining temperature and humidity is key to the care of the books, which are kept at 20 degrees and 55% humidity.

In recent years, the books have been printed and digitized.

[Sangjuwon/Hangzhou Publishing House official: “We started publishing in 2004. 카지노사이트킴 Publishing made it possible to organize and digitize.”]

Having survived the turbulent years of being relocated or replenished after being destroyed in war barrels, the Thought Catalog has also been of great help to academic research.

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