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Wen hui bao
文匯報
Bib ID 3536929
Format NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline
Uniform Title Wen hui bao (Hong Kong, China)
文匯報 (Hong Kong, China)
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Description [Hong Kong] : Xianggang wen hui bao you xian gong si 
[Hong Kong] : 香港文匯報有限公司 
v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: Gang zi di 20117 hao (2005 nian 3 yue 1 ri); latest issue consulted: gang zi di 20162 hao (2005 nian 4 yue 15 ri).

Available on microfilm from Union Research Institute.

Also issued on the World Wide Web under title: Xianggang wen hui bao.

Life Dates Began in Sept. 9, 1948 
Frequency Daily. 
Subjects Hong Kong (China) - Newspapers.
Place China Hong Kong.
Also Titled

Also cited as: Wen hwei daily.

Issues for <Mar. 2005-> also have title: Wen wei po.

Xianggang "Wen hui bao"

香港《文匯報》.

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Collect from: Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room
Call Number: X 953
Status: Available
Items/Issues Held: 1974:Mar - 1989:Jan
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