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Central Library
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Central Library is a multi-disciplinary library serving primarily NUS staff and students from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering, the School of Computing and the School of Design and Environment. Its special collections include Singapore/Malaysia and Rare Books Collections.

Central Library is a multi-disciplinary library serving primarily NUS staff and students from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering, the School of Computing and the School of Design and Environment. Its special collections include Singapore/Malaysia and Rare Books Collections.

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Chinese Library
infoChinese Library primarily supports the teaching and research of the Department of Chinese Studies and Department of Japanese Studies. Its Chinese collection includes literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, Overseas Studies. It also houses Japanese materials. It is notable for its strengths in traditional thread-bound Chinese books, Four Treasure Library series, Chinese newspapers published outside China, Taiwan, Hong Kong & Macau, rare Chinese periodicals during the Republic of China, and Southeast Asian Chinese materials.

Chinese Library primarily supports the teaching and research of the Department of Chinese Studies and Department of Japanese Studies. Its collection includes Chinese literature, Chinese history, Chinese philosophy, Chinese linguistics, Chinese Overseas Studies and Japanese materials. It is notable for its strengths in traditional thread-bound Chinese books, Four Treasure Library series, Chinese newspapers published outside China, Taiwan, Hong Kong & Macau, rare Chinese periodicals during the Republic of China, and Southeast Asian Chinese materials.

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C J Koh Law Library
infoOriginally established in 1957, the Law Library was renamed the C J Koh Law Library in 2001, in memory of the late Mr Koh Choon Joo who donated more than S$5 million towards the upgrading of the library and its collection. It caters primarily to the Faculty of Law and was gazetted a national monument in 2009.

Originally established in 1957, the Law Library was renamed the C J Koh Law Library in 2001, in memory of the late Mr Koh Choon Joo who donated more than S$5 million towards the upgrading of the library and its collection. It caters primarily to the Faculty of Law and was gazetted a national monument in 2009.

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Medical Library
infoMedical Library is the oldest Special Library whose origin can be traced back to 1905 when the Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School was set up. It serves primarily the Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Dentistry, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School. Additionally, it is used by hospital doctors, health-services personnel, general practitioners, medical officers of the Armed Forces and more.

Medical Library is the oldest Special Library whose origin can be traced back to 1905 when the Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School was set up. It serves primarily the Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Dentistry, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School. Additionally, it is used by hospital doctors, health-services personnel, general practitioners, medical officers of the Armed Forces and more.

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Music Library
infoMusic library is situated on Level 1 of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music building. Its collection is focused on western art music tradition and comprises books, music scores, CDs, DVDs and journals. A small electronic piano is also in the library for the convenience of the Conservatory's students and researchers.

Music Library is situated on Level 1 of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music building. Its collection is focused on western art music tradition and comprises books, music scores, CDs, DVDs and journals. A small electronic piano is also in the Library for the convenience of the Conservatory's students and researchers.

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Science Library
infoScience Library serves primarily the needs of the staff and students of the Faculty of Science and their Graduate Divisions. It houses a collection of materials related to Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics.

Science Library serves primarily the needs of the staff and students of the Faculty of Science and their Graduate Divisions. It houses a collection of materials related to Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics.

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Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library
infoHon Sui Sen Memorial Library was built in memory of the late Mr Hon Sui Sen (1916-1983), former Minister for Finance of Singapore and Member of Parliament for the Havelock Constituency (1970-1983). It collects and maintains a rich collection of management, business and finance books, journals, audiovisual materials and digital resources.

Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library was built in memory of the late Mr Hon Sui Sen (1916-1983), former Minister for Finance of Singapore and Member of Parliament for the Havelock Constituency (1970-1983). It collects and maintains a rich collection of management, business and finance books, journals, audiovisual materials and digital resources.

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