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The Shanghai Herald

The Shanghai Herald was an English-language newspaper published in Shanghai, China.[1]

The editor of the Shanghai Herald and China Critic, Kwei Chung-shu, had graduated from the University of Wisconsin.[2]

Günther Lenhardt, a journalist from Berlin, Germany, established the Herald.[3] He hired two journalists from Vienna, Austria, Ladislaus Frank and Mark Siegelberg, who had previously worked for the Shanghai Jewish Chronicle.[4] Hartmut Walravens, author of German Influence on the Press in China, said that despite the paper's establishment, "the Shanghai Jewish Chronicle remained the leading paper".[3] The Shanghai Herald and the Shanghai Journal formed an affiliation on March 1, 1946. The Herald began publishing a German supplement, called The Shanghai Herald / German Language Supplement.[3]

Content [ edit ]

One regular feature of the Herald was "Der Wochenslat" ("the weekly salad") by Kurt Lewin.[5]

References [ edit ]

  • Cornebise, Alfred Enile. The Shanghai Stars and Stripes: Witness to the Transition to Peace, 1945-1946. McFarland, January 18, 2010. ISBN 0786447567, 9780786447565.
  • Eber, Irene. Voices from Shanghai: Jewish Exiles in Wartime China. University of Chicago Press, October 1, 2008. ISBN 0226181669, 9780226181660.
  • Walravens, Hartmut. "German Influence on the Press in China." - In: Newspapers in International Librarianship: Papers Presented by the Newspaper Section at IFLA General Conferences. Walter de Gruyter, January 1, 2003. ISBN 3110962799, 9783110962796.
    • Also available at ( (Archive) the website of the Queens Library - This version does not include the footnotes visible in the Walter de Gruyter version
    • Also available in Walravens, Hartmut and Edmund King. Newspapers in international librarianship: papers presented by the newspapers section at IFLA General Conferences. K.G. Saur, 2003. ISBN 3598218370, 9783598218378.
  • Yung, Judy. "It is hard to be born a woman but hopeless to be born a Chinese" The Life and Times of Flora Belle Jan." -- in: Edited by Patricia Hart and Karen Weathermon, with Susan Armitage. Women Writing Women: The Frontiers Reader. University of Nebraska Press, April 1, 2006. ISBN 0803273363, 9780803273368.

Notes [ edit ]

  1. ^ Yung, p. 257.
  2. ^ Cornebise, p. 46.
  3. ^ a b c Walravens, p. 95.
  4. ^ Points East, Volumes 8-17, p. 110. "[...]and a Berlin journalist, Guenter Lenhardt, founded the Shanghai Herald, hiring Frank and Siegelberg away from the Shanghai Jewish Chronicle."
  5. ^ Eber, p. 120.
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