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Connect to: Hytung Chinese Old Periodicals Database (1792-1949)
Database Name Hytung Chinese Old Periodicals Database (1792-1949)
Other Database Name 瀚堂近代报刊数据库
Description Hytung Chinese Old Periodicals Database contains thousands of magazines and newspapers printed in China from 1792 to 1949. It includes newspapers such as: Tianjin Ta Kung Pao 天津《大公報 and I-Shih Pao 益世報 (The Social Welfare), The Republian Daily News 上海《民國日報, Changsha Dagong Bao 長沙《大公報, Sin Xua Rhbao 重慶《新華日報 (New China Daily News). In addition to the newspapers, it also brings together important materials for modern literary studies such as "Dian She Zhai Pictorial", "Embroidery Novel", "Education World" and "Novel Monthly". The database is updated periodically with approximately one million page images added annually.
Access Information Requires password. Get U of M password here!
  NOTE: Individual registration is required to access full-text content. Follow the prompts on the database homepage to create your Personal Login. The first six pages of any article is available to view online. Access to the full article requires personal login, after which the full article will be sent via email.
  Thumbnail image document preview may display as dots or small white boxes. Click the dots to view full-text.
  2 Concurrent users
User Support User guide
Subject Databases Beginning with H
  Asian Studies & Languages
Authorized Users University of Melbourne staff and students have access to this electronic resource.
Print Yes : individual articles or items of the Licensed Materials for personal use
Download Yes : individual articles or items of the Licensed Materials for personal use
E-Reserves/LMS Yes : reasonable portion
Scholarly Sharing Yes : minimal, insubstantial amounts in print or electronic form
Course Pack Yes : reasonable portion
Walk-in Users No
Interlibrary Loans Yes : by post, fax or secure electronic transmission

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