Last Updated: May 5, 2015
- Shen Bao 申報 1872-1949
Shanghai-based Shen Bao (Shun Pao) was the longest-lasting newspaper in modern China. It was founded in 1872 and was closed 1949.
- Historical Chinese Newspapers Collection (1832-1953)
Includes The North-China Herald (1850-1867), The Chinese recorder (1912-1938), The Shanghai gazette (1919-1921), Peking daily news (1914-1917) and The Canton times (1919-1920), etc.
- The Chinese recorder and the Protestant missionary community in China, 1867-1941
In 1867, the Protestant missionaries began the Missionary Recorder at the Methodist Press in Foochow, it stopped & resumed publications & changed names several times until it ceased in 1941.
- Ren min ri bao = People's Daily (Chinese) 1946-today 人民日报
Full text and original image of this daily newspaper. Keywords searchable includes title, author, full text, section, page, column., etc.
- Beijing Review 1958-2007 北京周报（英文版）
China's only national newsmagazine in English. It is launched in 1958 and published every week in Beijing.
- WiseSearch 慧科搜索 (Chinese, interface can be in English)
A large number of other top-tier newspapers, magazines, newswires, TV and radio broadcasts of Mainland, Taiwan and some Asia Pacific countries and all 18 Chinese and English newspapers of Hong Kong. Daily updates.
- Current digest of the Chinese press (English)
A digestible collection of articles from key Chinese newspapers from a wide variety of sources in China, translated into English.
- Times of India
Searchable full-page and article images of issues from 1838 to 2003 of the most widely circulated and authoritative English-language daily newspaper in India. For more recent issues, see the search box on The Times of India
- World Newspaper Archive
Includes Tribune (Lahore, Pakistan) from 1881-1922, Ceylon Observer (1864-1922), Indian People (1903-1909), Kayasare Hinda (Kaiser-I-Hind, 1886-1890), Leader (1909-1922), Madras Mail (1868-1889) and Pioneer (1865-1903).
- Asahi shinbun onrain kiji dētabēsu; 聞蔵IIビジュアル for libraries: 朝日新聞記事データべース
12+ million articles published in the Asahi newspaper from 1879 to present. Also includes Aera & Shūkan Asahi, Chiezō, Asahi shinbun jinbutsu dētabēsu, and Aashi shinbun rekishi shashin ākaibu.
- Japan Chronicle
The English-language Japan Chronicle Weekly (1902-1940) published in Kobe and the weekly Commercial Supplement.
- Japan Times
The Japan Times, The Japan Advertiser, The Japan Times & Mail, The Japan Times and Advertiser (Morning ed.), Japan Times and Advertiser (Evening ed.) and the Nippon Times; includes all issues March 22, 1897-.
- The Keijo nippō 京城日報
Full page reproductions in pdf format of official Japanese-language newspaper from colonial-period Korea (1906 – 1945). Must be browsed by date. No search interface.
- Maisaku -- Mainichi Shinbun 每索: 每日新聞のデータベース.
he online full-text database of the Mainichi shinbun (1872 (Meiji 5)- present). Both the Tokyo and Osaka editions (1876-1942) are in pdf format until 1988 and as search terms are limited, browsing is recommended. From 1989, the full-text is searched and it is possible to view the pdf. After 1999, only the html text is available. The database also includes the Mainichi Daily News (June 2008- ).
- Taiwan nichinichi shinpō 臺灣日日新報
Official newspaper of Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period, including both Japanese (1898.5 - 1944.3) and Chinese (1905.7 - 1911.11) editions.
- Yomidasu rekishikan: ヨミダス歴史館
Yomiuri shinbun 1874 to present and the Daily Yomiuri 1989.9 to present.
- Naver News Library/ Naver nyuseu raibeureori / Naver 뉴스 라이브러리
Full-text Korean newspaper article database including亞日報 = Dong-A ilbo (1920-1999), 京鄕新聞 = Kyunghyang Shinmun (1946-1999), 每日經濟新聞 = Maeil Business Newspaper (1966-1999), and한겨레 = The Hankyoreh (1988-1999).
Includes 漢城旬報(한성순보, 1883-1884) and 漢城周報(한성주보,1886-1888) published by Pankmunguk, an official printing office, 漢城旬報(Hansung Sunbo) was the first modern newspaper in Korea.
- Newspaper Archives
Includes Full-text Korean newspaper article database