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Journeys in Time 2011-06-20 The Bund Part 5

06-20-2011 16:30 BJT



Medhurst left Shanghai and returned to London in 1856, and died there in January of the following year. After Medhurst died, his oxen-driven press was sold, and the buyer was the Zilin Company, the owner of the "North China Herald". When the Zilin Company moved their operations to No. 17, the Bund in 1901, it was already at the forefront of a large news agency that published both the "North China Herald" and the "North China Daily News". In 1924, the North China Daily News Building was built on the Bund. It was the tallest building on the Bund at the time.


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