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Please note, access to the website became free with effect from April 2016. No subscription is required anymore.*
The Library does provide access to the South China Morning Post via different channels that provide extended coverage and functionality:
ProQuest International Newsstand: South China Morning Post (Text-only, 1993-present) – Provides text-only coverage of the South China Morning Post from 1993 to the present. With each issue carefully indexed, this platform allows more options for searching.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers: South China Morning Post (Historical Archive, 1903-1996) - This database provides full-text images of historical issues of the SCMP from 1903 to 1996.
For off-campus access to the above databases, you will be asked to authenticate with your own HKBU SSOID user name and password, just as you would access other online resource licensed by the Library.
For information on finding other newspapers at HKBU Library, you can refer to our Newspaper Research Guide below.
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