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China Date of Issue:5 January 2018 Aland Date of Issue:10 November 2017 Taiwan Date of Issue:1December 2017 Japan Date of Issue:1 November 2017 Papua New Guinea Date of Issue:18 August 2017 Liechtenstein Date of Issue:13 November 2017
China China Post will issue a set of two stamps celebrating the upcoming Chinese Year of the Dog on 5 January 2018. Each stamp will bear a face price of 1.2 yuan (18 US cents) and are due to be … Continue reading
China Post has issued in collaboration with Cambodia Post a set of two stamps that are themed on lion and celebrate each country’s history and cultural traditions. Each stamp bears a face price of 1.2 yuan (18 U.S. cents).Stamps were … Continue reading
A long line of stamp collectors was seen outside the post office to buy the special stamps, shortly after the opening of the 19th National Congress of the CPC on 18th October 2017.
China has issued a “Magpie” stamp to mark Qixi or China’s Valentines Day , which falls on August 28 2017. The face value of the “Magpie” stamp is 1.20 yuan. On the stamp, the two magpies are ogling each other, … Continue reading
China Post issued a stamp set to commemorate the BRICS Summit in Xiamen of east China’s Fujian province.The stamp bears logo of the summit as well as the letters “BRICS” and “2017 China”. It also shows the scenic Gulangyu island, … Continue reading
These stamps were released on 1st August 2017 to commemorate 90th Anniversary of The People’s Liberation Army .The stamps, showing soldiers from the PLA’s ground force, navy, air force, rocket force, strategic support force and armed police force.
China Post issued a set of four stamps on 30th March 2017, which visualize stories from the popular 16th-century novel Journey to the West. The whole set is priced at 5.40 yuan (79 US cents). The classic literature was written by … Continue reading
China has issued a set of four stamps titled Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, priced at 5.4 yuan (78 US cents), on 20th March 2017.Designed by established artist Feng Yuan, each stamp portrays a landscape and speaks to a philosophy … Continue reading
The stamp set released to mark the integrated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province in Shijiazhuang City, capital of North China’s Hebei Province on 9th March 2017.