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Chinese language newspapers in the National Library of Australia = Ao-ta-li-ya kuo li tʾu shu kuan Chung wen pao chih mu lu. by National Library of Australia.

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Published by National Library of Australia in Canberra .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • National Library of Australia -- Catalogs,
  • Chinese newspapers -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes indexes.

Other titlesAo-ta-li-ya kuo li tʾu shu kuan Chung wen pao chih mu lu
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ6958C5N38 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 51 p.
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18278345M
ISBN 100642014182

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  For more Chinese language newspapers visit our Chinese Studies and Language Library Guide; Singapore. NewspapersSG () from National Library of Singapore. English, Chinese, Tamil and Malay language newspapers ; India/Pakistan/Sri Lanka. South Asian Newspapers () English-, Gujarati- and Bengali-language papers published in India. The ANU library has approximately , Chinese-language volumes and 6, sets of Chinese journal serials in its stacks, as well as very extensive electronic resources. The National Library of Australia in Canberra, located near the University, has , books in Chinese, 5, Chinese-language serials, and Chinese-language newspaper. Bib ID: Format: Newspaper, Online: Online Versions: National Library of Australia digitised item; Description: Shanghai: North-China Herald, v.: ill. At the time of its establishment it was the only Chinese-language newspaper in Melbourne, and one of three in Australia (along with the Chinese-Australian Herald and the Tung Wah Times, both published in Sydney). From it was the official newspaper of the Kuomintang in Australia. It moved to Sydney in , where it continued to publish.