国家古籍保护中心消息，中华古籍保护计划”实施14年以来，国家图书馆中华古籍资源库”累计发布古籍及特藏文献10万部（件），免登录即可浏览。According to information from the National Ancient Books Protection Center, the Chinese Ancient Books Protection Program “In the 14 years since the implementation of the Chinese Ancient Books Resource Library of the National Library of China” has released a total of 100,000 ancient books and special collections (pieces), which can be browsed without logging in.
Currently published online resources include rare books and ordinary ancient books in the National Library of China, oracle bones, Dunhuang documents, rubbings, rubbings, Xixia documents, Zhaocheng gold collection, local chronicles, genealogy, New Year pictures, old photos, etc., as well as resources collected outside the library and overseas.
Readers can view full-text images without registering and logging in. It supports single-database retrieval and multi-database retrieval, basic retrieval and advanced retrieval. In addition to Dunhuang Relics and China Root-seeking Network, it realizes unified retrieval of resources in sub-databases and supports fuzzy retrieval. Compatible with PC and mobile terminal at the same time.
Introduced by Zhang Zhiqing, deputy curator of the National Library of China, since the implementation of the China Ancient Books Protection Program 14 years ago, the National Ancient Books Protection Center and the National Ancient Books Protection Unit have basically completed the registration of the national census of ancient books, registering more than 2.7 million ancient books census data.
The restoration of 3.7 million precious ancient books has been established through the establishment of an ancient book restoration project; a large number of ancient books have been reproducibly protected through photocopying and publishing. Only the National Library Press has photocopied and published more than 40,000 ancient books over the years.
At the same time, it has trained more than 10,000 ancient book protectors for more than 2,000 ancient book storage units across the country, and only restoration professionals have grown from less than 100 to more than 1,000 at present, with academic qualifications ranging from college to postgraduate.
The National Library of China publishes the “Repository of Chinese Ancient Books”: Feel free to read 100,000 ancient books