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Principle article: Postage stamps and postal history of China

The Customs Post Office of the Qing Empire was built up in 1878 by Robert Hart[3] at the recommendation of the remote powers[citation needed], with branch workplaces in five noteworthy exchanging urban areas. On 20 March 1896, the Customs Post Office turned into the Great Qing Post, which in 1911 wound up free of the traditions benefit. The Great Qing Post turned into the Chunghwa Post in 1912. Chunghwa postal administration had marked an agreement with the China Airways Federal gathering in 1929 to transport airmail on the Shanghai-Hankow, Nanjing-Beijing, and Hankow-Guangzhou routes.[4][5] Chunghwa Post had worked as the principle postal specialist organization of Mainland China until 1949.

The current postal administration of People's Republic of China was set up in 1949. It supplanted the Chunghwa Post in terr…
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This article is about the state-claimed venture of Government of China which gives the postal administration in terrain China. For the Chinese government office which controls this endeavor, see State Post Bureau. For the Taiwanese daily paper, see The China Post. For the substance which gives the postal administration in Taiwan zone of the Republic of China (Taiwan), see Chunghwa Post.

China Post Group Corporation



State-possessed undertaking



FounderGovernment of China

HeadquartersJia8, Beilishi Road,

Xicheng District, 

Beijing, China

Region served

Terrain China[1]

Key individuals

Mama Junsheng, Director-General As of 31 October 2008[2]

ServicesLetter post, divide, EMS, conveyance, cargo sending, outsider coordinations, store accounts

RevenueUS$ 28.093 billion (2011)

Net pay

US$ 1.306 billion (2011)

OwnerPeople's Republic of China

Number of representatives