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The China Post
TypeDaily newspaper and News agency
Owner(s)The China Post Group
PublisherThe China Post Group
Founded1952 (71 years ago) (1952)
Political alignmentPan-blue[1]
Ceased publication2017
HeadquartersTaipei, Taiwan
The China Post
Traditional Chinese英文中國
Simplified Chinese英文中国
Literal meaningEnglish China Post

The China Post (英文中國郵報) was an English-language newspaper published in Taiwan (officially the Republic of China), alongside the Taipei Times and the Taiwan News.[1] The China Post was established by Mr. and Mrs. Y. P. Huang in 1952.

In April 2017, The China Post announced that the print edition of the publication would end on 15 May 2017, though the website and mobile application would remain active.

In October 2017, the original China Post website was discontinued and merged with news agency NOWnews. The China Post, however, remained a member of Asia News Network. It translated articles from Chinese into English and continued to produce bilingual content. Digging back to its roots, it had also begun to write more original articles. These included opinion articles and analysis articles on a variety of local and international topics.

In 2021, the China Post website was discontinued.

The Sunday Post

The Sunday Post was the Sunday edition of The China Post, featuring comics and a two-page bilingual supplement for advanced ESL students. The Sunday Post was the only bilingual weekly publication in Taiwan with a recap of the week's news topics and analysis.

See also


  1. ^ a b Crook, Steven (August 4, 2006). "Media outlets reach out to small but all-important English market". Taiwan Today. Retrieved October 12, 2021.