China Core Newspaper Full-Text Database (CCND)

Timely insights into almost every aspect of daily life in China

The China Core Newspaper Full-Text Database (CCND) collects individual news articles of interest from a sample of news media from 23 provinces, five regions and four major cities of the People’s Republic of China. Offered via the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) platform, CCND is aggregated and easy to search at one convenient URL.

China Core Newspapers

Key Stats

  • Archive: 2000-present
  • Language: Chinese with English interface
  • Number of Titles: over 500
  • Frequency: Continuous daily updates
  • Format: Full text

About CCND

CCND is organized into 10 subject series and contains over 10 million full-text articles and growing. Users can search multiple fields, including: subject, title, keywords, author, full text, newspaper title, and date.

Science and Technology Titles

  • Physics/Astronomy/Mathematics (Series A)
  • Chemistry/Metallurgy (Series B)
  • Industrial Technology/Engineering (Series C)
  • Agriculture (Series D)
  • Medicine/Health (Series E)
  • Electronics/Information Science (Series I)

Social Science and Humanities Titles

  • Literature/History/Philosophy (Series F)
  • Politics/Military Affairs/Law (Series G)
  • Education/Social Sciences (Series H)
  • Economics/Management (Series J)
About China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI)

CNKI is the world’s most comprehensive online resource for accessing China’s intellectual output. This powerful platform is the product of Tongfang Knowledge Network, Beijing, and encompasses academic journals, dissertations, conference papers, news, and many other resources that put the knowledge of China in the sciences and humanities at your fingertips. With more than 25 million articles and growing every day, CNKI is a foundation for any serious research on China. CNKI is hosted in the United States by East View and updated daily.

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