We have a selection of books from the most recent novels to classical ones. We also have Chinese translations as well as books designed for non native speakers.
We have a lot of factual books about cinema, art, and French society.
We also have a selection of French cartoons from the most famous (Asterix, Tintin....) to the most current publications.
The library is divided into the following sections :
To keep up to date with the latest news in France, we provide the following publications for free:
Le Monde - Edition hebdomadaire
Maison et bricolage
Macao Daily post
A wide selection of some of the best French movies.
The most popular singers and the up and coming stars.
Access to all the library’s documents is free for all
Video documents can be seen for free by everybody
For loans, you have to register to the library
Are allowed to borrow documents for free:
Alliance Française’s students
Alliance Française’s adherents (Registration forms available at the library or at the reception of Alliance Francaise)
Duration and conditions of loans:
Users have to register their loans at the library desk You can request for an extension of the borrowing period by phone, mail or in the library before the return date
If a document is already borrowed by an user and that you want to borrow this document you can make a reservation for it. Ask at the Library desk
|Type of document||Loan’s duration|
|Books : 3||3 weeks|
|Periodicals : 2||3 weeks|
|CD : 2||3 weeks|
|DVD, VCD, Video K7: 1||2 weeks|
Our library provides the following services:
If you have any enquiries about contemporary France, please feel free to contact the library which may provide you a list of resources to help you in your research.
You can ask for this free service in the Alliance Francaise’s Library or by sending an email email@example.com
For filling the students’ needs, we provide a service of photocopies or printings
|Copies||1 mop per page|
|B&W Print||1 mop per page|
|Colour Print||2 mop per page|
Ask the librarian for the CD of your choice, get installed and discover French artists (Free access for all)
Ask the librarian for the movie of your choice, get installed and view our best movies... (Free access for all)
A graphic novel that explores the nature of one’s vocation, this book offers a look at the daily devotion to craft in two dissimilar professions. Étienne Davodeau is a comic artist—he doesn’t know much about the world of winemaking. Richard Leroy is a winemaker—he’s rarely even read comics. But filled with good will and curiosity, the two men exchange professions, and Étienne goes to work in Richard’s vineyards and cellar, while Richard, in return, leaps into the world of comics. Providing a true-life representation of how both professions work, this insightful book investigates two fascinating fields, exploring each man’s motivations and ultimately revealing that their endeavors and aspirations are not much different.