Gonchandangren (The Communist). Began publication in Yan’an on 20 October 1939 as an internal CCP paper. It was published nineteen times, ending publication in August 1941.
Hongqi ribao (Red Flag Daily). An organ of the CCP CC that began publication on 20 August 1930 in Shanghai. Starting on 9 March 1931, its name was changed to Hongqi zhoubao (Red Flag Weekly).
Hongqi zhoubao (Red Flag Weekly). The successor publication to Hongqi ribao (Red Flag Daily), it began publication on 9 March 1931. In August 1933, it became a bi-monthly. It ceased publication on 1 March 1934 with issue no. 64. Because it was a secret publication, it often had a fake cover.
Hongse Zhonghua (Red China). Began publication on 11 December 1931 at Ruijin as the organ of the Central Soviet government. After the evacuation of the base area its publication effectively stopped (October 1934), to be revived in the Shaan-Gan-Ning base area. From 29 January 1937 its name was changed to Xin Zhonghua bao (New China).
Jiefang (Liberation). Began as a weekly of the CCP CC that was later changed to a bi-monthly. It began publication in Yan’an on 24 April 1937 and ended in May 1941. In all, 134 issues were published.
Jiefang ribao (Liberation Daily). Set up as a publication of the CCP CC on 16 May 1941. It was the major paper for the base areas, and many other publications were halted to allow concentration of news reporting. It ended publication on 27 March 1947.
Laodongzhe (The Laborer). Began publication on 3 October 1920 and continued publication until 2 January 1921.
Liening shenghuo (Lenin Life). Was the theoretical organ of the Party Center in Shanghai under Bo Gu and ran from 1932 until 1934.
Litou (The Plow). Began publication in Canton on 25 January 1926 as the organ of the Guangdong Peasant Association. Initially, its was published every ten days but subsequently was changed to a weekly. The last issue (no. 23) was published on 7 January 1927. It was generally pro-CCP.
Qianfeng (The Vanguard). First published on 15 July 1923. Not a success, only three issues were published before it ceased publication in early 1924.
Qunzhong (The Masses). An open weekly CCP publication for the GMD- ruled areas and Hong Kong. It began publication on 11 December 1937 in Hankou and later was moved to Chongqing. In June 1946, it began