UCAN gets new library

Luanda – The Catholic University of Angola (UCAN) has since Wednesday, a new library, initially with 400 books and audiovisual research system, inaugurated by the Republic of South Korea’s ambassador to Angola, Kim Dong-Chan.

At the inauguration ceremony of the space so called Korea Corner, the diplomat defended the need to further expand cultural and academic exchange between Angola and the Republic of South Korea.

The diplomat said that the creation of the new UCAN library is a result of the cultural and academic partnership between the two countries.

To him, the two countries should cooperate more to create more opportunities for students through the implementation of programs of scholarship offers for undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Named “Korea Corner,” the UCAN library is open to students and others interested in conducting scientific work, academic research, and reading about general culture.

At the Korea Corner, students can learn more about Korea’s cultural, human, political and historical aspects through books, films, music and crafts.

Source: Angola Press News Agency