Oriental Morning Post

The Oriental Morning Post[2] (Chinese: 东方早报; pinyin: Dōngfāng Zǎobào),[3] or Dongfang Zaobao,[4] also known as Oriental Morning News,[5] was a Shanghai-based[6] Chinese-language morning newspaper published in China.[7] The newspaper was jointly founded by Nanfang Daily and Wenhui Xinmin United Newspaper Industry Group (文汇新民报业集团)[8] on July 7, 2003. [9]

Oriental Morning Post
TypeDaily newspaper
FoundedJuly 7, 2003
Ceased publicationJanuary 1, 2017
HeadquartersShanghai[1]
Websitewww.dfdaily.com

In the fall of 2008, Oriental Morning Post was the first media outlet to expose the melamine contamination of Chinese infant milk powder. [10]

HistoryEdit

Oriental Morning Post was established on July 7, 2003. In September 2008, the newspaper was the first to report on the "Sanlu tainted milk powder incident".[11]

On March 17, 2014, Oriental Morning Post was revised, with the new edition adding more news analysis and in-depth coverage. [12] On January 1, 2017, it stopped publication. [13]

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Lyle J. Goldstein (1 May 2015). Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry. Georgetown University Press. pp. 106–. ISBN 978-1-62616-634-9.
  3. ^ Nicholas Birns; Juan E. De Castro (26 January 2017). Roberto Bolaño as World Literature. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 168–. ISBN 978-1-5013-1608-1.
  4. ^ Wang Pan (13 November 2014). Love and Marriage in Globalizing China. Routledge. pp. 350–. ISBN 978-1-317-68883-9.
  5. ^ Weifang He (5 November 2012). In the Name of Justice: Striving for the Rule of Law in China. Brookings Institution Press. pp. 223–. ISBN 0-8157-2291-5.
  6. ^ Yanzhong Huang (2013). Governing Health in Contemporary China. Routledge. pp. 130–. ISBN 978-0-415-49845-6.
  7. ^ Adina Zemanek (16 September 2013). Media in China, China in the Media: Processes, Strategies, Images, Identities. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. pp. 81–. ISBN 978-83-233-8962-0.
  8. ^ Classic cases of capital operation in China: Innovation chapter. Tsinghua University Press. 2005. pp. 80–. ISBN 978-7-302-09844-7.
  9. ^ China Media Development Research Report: 2003-2004 Volume. Wuhan University Press. 2005. pp. 313–. ISBN 978-7-307-04769-3.
  10. ^ "Is The Paper's dilemma "destined"?". The New York Times. Sep 26, 2014.
  11. ^ "The reporter who exposed the "Sanlu" tainted milk powder, Jane Guangzhou, left". Radio Free Asia. 2012-09-04.
  12. ^ "The Oriental Morning Post is revised today". Sohu. 2014-03-17.
  13. ^ "Power interplay and newspaper digitization: Lessons from the Pengpai experiment". SAGE Journals. January 17, 2017.