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"Around 400 people from the journal publishing industry, libraries, research institutes, universities and the media gathered together at the National Science Library, China Academy of Sciences (CAS) on October 20, 2014. Everyone was there to hear the latest information on the very first China Open Access (OA) mandate policy, announced by CAS and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) in May. By 8:40am the conference room was packed with people, both excited and anxious. Everyone was hoping that the ten reports from the day would unveil a new stage of 'Gold OA' in China, and thus they gave the day the theme of 'Gold OA Day'. As was expected, given that the event was initiated by Professor Xiaolin Zhang, (Head of the National Science Library of CAS, and the main lobbyist for China’s OA mandate policy), the whole discussion, research presented, and suggestions for progress were mainly from a library point of view. The opening speech got straight to the point ..."