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Los Angeles Times Beijing Bureau records
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This collections primarily contains clipping files from the Los Angeles Times Beijing Bureau, chiefly dating from the 1980s and 1990s. Materials include news clippings, news wires, magazine articles, speeches, press releases, published reports, newsletters, and pamphlets reflecting a broad range of topics covered by the Times in China.
The Los Angeles Times, founded in 1881, is the primary newspaper serving the city and county of Los Angeles, California. For thirty years, the newspaper's Hong Kong Bureau served as its chief post for reporting on China. Following the United States formal recognition of the People's Republic of China in 1979, the bureau moved to Beijing under the leadership of bureau chief Linda Mathews.
81.8 Linear Feet 74 boxes
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