The New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries is a system of library classification developed by Yung-Hsiang Lai since 1956. It is modified from "A System of Book Classification for Chinese Libraries" of Liu Guojun, which is based on the Dewey Decimal System.
The scheme is developed for Chinese books, and commonly used in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
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