The first comprehensive English language overview of journalism in China, The History of Journalism spans 200 BC to 1991.
In 10 volumes, and more than 2,000 pages, the series covers all aspects of journalism in China’s history, including newspapers, periodicals, news agencies, broadcast television, photography, documentary film, and journals.
A History of Journalism presents the development of journalism in China against the backdrop of the major events in China’s history (the first Sino-Japanese War, the Chinese Civil War, and the Cultural Revolution).
The 10 volumes of A History of Journalism offer unique insights into all aspects of journalism in the entire Chinese-speaking world, from the Mainland to Taiwan to Hong Kong to Macau and to the larger Chinese diaspora.
A History of Journalism in China presents the evolution and development of journalism in China against the backdrop of the major events in China’s history (the first and second Sino-Japanese Wars, the Chinese Civil War, and the Cultural Revolution). The series looks at all aspects of journalism in China including not just newspapers but journals, television programs, newsreels, and other formats.
The 10-volume History of Journalism in China offers unique insights into journalism in the entire Chinese-speaking world, from the Mainland to Taiwan to Hong Kong to Macau and to the larger Chinese diaspora.
The editor in chief of this series, Fang Hanqi, Professor Emeritus in Journalism, has been called the “Father of China’s Modern Journalism.”
The Early Newspaper Publishing Activities of Foreigners in China
Political Standpoints of the Chinese-Operated Newspapers
Journalism during the Reform Period
Journalism around the 1911 Revolution
Journalism in the Early Republic Period of China
Journalism in the May Fourth Movement
The Founding of the Communist Party in China and Journalism during 1924–1927
The CPC’s Journalism during the Chinese Civil War
Kuomintang Journalism and the Private Journalism during the Ten-Year Civil War
Journalism in the Kuomintang Controlled Areas during Anti-Japanese War
Anti-Japanese Propaganda in Journalism in Hong Kong and Overseas Chinese Anti-Japanese Periodicals
Journalism in the Liberated Areas during the Second Chinese Civil War
Gargantuan Changes of Journalism in China
Journalism in the Period of the Construction of Socialism (January 1957–May 1966)
Journalism in the Rectification Movement and the Anti-Rightist Movement
About the Author
Fang Hanqi is a Professor Emeritus of Journalism at Renmin University of China. He is dubbed as the “Father of China’s Modern Journalism”. He is the Director of Chinese Journalism Association, Honorary Chairman of Chinese Journalism History Association. He is the author of Newspaper in Ancient China, The Press History (1979), The Press History of Modern China (1981), Press and Journalist in the History (1991), The Great Newspaper and Journalist in the History of Journalism (2000).