Sharp Point Press
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|Genre||manga, music, military|
|Founded||Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan June 1982|
|Headquarters||Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Sing Wang (Chairman)|
|Parent||Cite Publishing Ltd|
- 1982 - Company established. Mainly publishes military and models related books.
- 1985 - Started publishing annual Zodiac fortune telling handbook.
- 1987 - Created Taiwan's first magazine on TV Games in July, started another TV Game magainze, TV Game Report in October.
- 1990 - Started the Anime, manga, model information magazine, Magic Zone. Also officially started manga publication.
- End of 1990 - Company is listed on the sharemarkets.
- 1991 - Obtained Japanese manga license for Rumiko Takahashi's Urusei Yatsura
- 1992 - Published idol photo albums of Hong Kong singers/movie stars like Leon Lai, Aaron Kwok.
- 1993 - Started other TV games magazine like VV Kids, Game Paradise, and Seinen manga magazine Tempo.
- 1994 - Started publishing a fashion living fortune telling magazine My Birthday.
- 1996 - Imported the trading card game Magic: The Gathering.
- 2001 - TOM Group brought Sharp Point Press
- July 25, 2003 - Due to Da Ran Culture Ltd.'s bankruptcy, Sharp Point Press obtained publishing rights to Ribon's Mon Mon, which became Taiwan's best selling magazine.
- August 12, 2007 - Sharp Point Press obtained license for Shogakukan's Ciao.
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