Manshū Shinpō / 満洲新報, (Yingkou, China)
The Manshū Shinpō was first published in 1907, taking over the shell of the Manshū Nippō under the management of Masao Nakajima. Having been established in Yingkou in 1905, this Manshū Nippō was the first Japanese newspaper published in Manchuria. It was different from the Manshū Nippō, a product of the merging of Manshū Nichinichi Shinbun and the Ryōtō Shinpō in 1927. Backed by Consul Bunzō Kubota at the Niuzhuang consulate, Yoshikazu Ogawa served as the president.
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