Hong kong newspaper clippings online dating
Back issues of overseas newspapers are retained for 6 months and locals, 3 months.
Totaling more than half a million frames, the microfilm collection of Hong Kong Newspaper Clippings is dated from 1850’s to 1999.
HKUST News Clippings Online contains newspaper and magazine articles about the University from 1996 to present.
The articles are selected from 電子剪報 = Wise News as well as Media Review issued weekly by the Office of University Development and Public Affairs.
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Due to resources constraints and restrictions on copyright, effective 1st June 2006, only selected newspapers/articles are included here.
Access to full text is restricted to HKUST members only.
The library also keeps seven Chinese-language local newspapers: the Hsun Huan Jih Pao, the Yau Sho Wai Po, the Kung Shang Jih Pao, the Wah Kiu Yat Po, the Wah Kiu Man Po, the Hwa Shiang Pao, the Hwa Shiang Pao (evening edition).Older newspapers are still in image format, and newer newspapers are available as full text that can be cut and pasted.Most text is in ASCII, some are using Unicode for diacritical marks not available in ASCII.HKPRO: Perhaps the most valuable and certainly the most frequently used library reference source is the newspaper collection, consisting of 15 local English-language newspapers.Copies of one of Hong Kong’s first newspapers, the Friend of China, are held as well as runs of the China Mail, Hong Kong Daily Press, Hong Kong Telegraph, Hong Kong Weekly Press, Hong Kong Register, Hong Kong Observer, Hong Kong News (the newspaper published by the Japanese during the occupation), and the South China Morning Post.