And this is how a container is transformed into a sparkling library… Our long awaited container gets lifted and whisked away from the storage yard. Finally. Unloading the container for the very first time. Unfortunately, 13 times yet to be done. Rescuing the lorry - take 1 out of three takes. Working through the night-cutting pieces of the lorry to enable our container to slide off. Securing the container to a huge mango tree. So sorry tree. Lesson learnt. If you are trying to pull off a container by tying it to a tree, do not stop half way. The cavalry, in the shape of the smallest tractor, arrived. And after gruelling two hours we had our container on the ground. Pull/Pushing the container to its final destination. Giving it a makeover. Painting the wooden wine boxes. Letting the kids to decorate too. No longer China's property. Now it belongs to us. Sprucing up the inside too. Giving loads of stuff to loads of schools. Sorting out the 7,536 books isn't easy. Letting some light in. Building shelfs. Creating a little bit easier access. Now, this pile of books must be sorted in 3 days. Looking nice, clean, spacious and ready. The JBAC volunteers team. The children who were always ready to help. Haji, the person in charge of our library, has the honour of 'cutting' the ribbon. Our very first children members. Now totalling something in the region of 600. One of our first adult members. The total number of children and adult members as of today (27/8) is 934.