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Published by Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Press -- Indonesia -- History.,
    • Journalism -- Political aspects -- Indonesia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementAhmat B. Adam.
      SeriesStudies on Southeast Asia ;, no. 17
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN5449.I5 A64 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 206 p. ;
      Number of Pages206
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL842442M
      ISBN 100877277168
      LC Control Number95119944

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However, this work has not typically distinguished between the vernacular press and the self-identified “revolutionary press,” which emerged during the early communist movement. Al-Munir was an Islamic magazine, written in Arabic-Malay, published in Padang from until Inaugurated by the initiative of Abdullah Ahmad in early AprilAl-Munir was listed as the first Islamic mass media in Indonesia.

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Thomas Lindblad, K.M. History. A vernacular Malay press had begun to develop in the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) in the midth century. Initial newspapers were short-lasting, but the s saw a more resilient Malay-language press. These early Malay newspapers were mostly run by Indo men – Eurasians of mixed Dutch and native ancestry – and located in major trade arters: Batavia, Dutch East Indies.

Medan Prijaji (Malay: Aristocrat's Forum, in modern Indonesian spelling Medan Priyayi) was a Malay language newspaper in the Dutch East Indies founded and operated in Bandung by Tirto Adhi Soerjo between and Although it was short-lived, it was considered the first newspaper of the Indonesian National Awakening.

Sie Hian Ling, Luitenant-titulair der Chinezen (birth date unknown-c), who sometimes signed his works H.L. Sie, was a Peranakan Chinese journalist from Semarang, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia).He was one of the first Chinese journalists in the Indies and an early translator of Chinese novels.

Tjhoen Tjhioe ('Spring and Autumn' in Chinese language) was a Malay language Peranakan Chinese newspaper from Surabaya, Dutch East Indies catering mainly to the Chinese population. The full title of the paper was Tjhoen Tjhioe: Soerat kabar dagang bahasa Melajoe jang moeat roepa kabar penting bagi bangsa Tionghoa.

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