A library located in one of Tianjin, China’s tallest buildings has recently hired seven new cat employees or “intern curators,” to help comfort visitors who had been stuck inside their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement came from Wang Yan, the vice-general manager of the 415.2 meters (1,362 feet) landmark in Tianjin, according to China Daily.
Alice Chan is living the life of a true bookworm surrounded by stacks and stacks of books each day.
Chan has been an employee of the San Francisco Public Library for 21 years and worked at all 28 branches.
The city of Chongqing, China is welcoming a new store that will surely blow the minds of bookworms.
The bookstore, known widely as Zhongshuge, went viral after its opening on January 25, according to CGTN.
China’s massive new library has such a sleek and futuristic design that it looks like it came straight out of the works of science fiction.
The newly opened Tianjin Binhai Library situated at the Binhai Cultural Center covers an enormous 33,700 square meters (362,744 square feet) space.