Wahon Collection The USC Libraries received approximately 300 Japanese bound books (wahon) as part of the Hinomoto Library Collection gift. Many of these books are awaiting cataloging, and some require preservation work. Among the most exceptional titles in the wahon collection is a kyoka (comic verse) edition of Hiroshige’s "53 Stations of the Tokaido", a woodblock print series from the 1840s. We also received several Taishō period kimono design books (zuan) with beautiful silver inlay. Peace Corps in Korea The USC Korean Heritage Library plans to build a Peace Corps Korea Digital Archive. The project began in April, 2016 when K-2 Peace Corps reunion was held in the USC Korean Heritage Library. Peace Corps volunteers donated their memorabilia to the Library. The library will also receive a large digital collection from Peace Corps Korea 1966-1981 Archive. Peace Corps in Korea collection includes photos, video clips, audio clips, monthly newsletters, documents, and training materials, which provides a window into the everyday lives of ordinary Korean people in the past. Mao Zedong Writings Project Coming soon! For more information, please contact Marje Schuetze-Coburn, Acting Head of East Asian Library, firstname.lastname@example.org .