New Evening Post

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New Evening Post
TypeNight newspaper
FoundedOctober 5, 1950
Political alignmentPro-Communist
LanguageChinese (in Traditional Chinese characters)
Ceased publication1997
HeadquartersHong Kong SAR, China
Sister newspapersTa Kung Pao
New Evening Post
Traditional Chinese新晚報
Simplified Chinese新晚报

The New Evening Post (Chinese: 新晚報) was a Hong Kong newspaper. It was the evening edition of Ta Kung Pao. It started printing on October 15, 1950 and stopped printing on July 27, 1997.[1]

The famous novelist Jin Yong was an editor there in 1952.[citation needed] Jin Yong later founded Ming Pao.


In August 2012, a namesake free tabloid newspaper[2] was launched by a company that was chaired by Ha Ping (Chinese: 夏萍).[3] In 2014 it was ceased publication.[4]


  1. ^ Lai, C. P. Media in Hong Kong: Press Freedom and Political Change, 1967-2005; Routledge:New York City; pp 117–145.
  2. ^ "New Evening Post relaunched to back Beijing loyalists in election". South China Morning Post. Hong Kong.
  3. ^ 新晚報復刊變免費 期3年回本. Wen Wei Po (in Chinese (Hong Kong)). 21 August 2012. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  4. ^ 复刊两年免费变收费 香港《新晚报》再次停刊 (in Chinese). China News Service. 29 March 2014. Archived from the original on 3 April 2014. Retrieved 17 March 2019.