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2018 Stamps
  • 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics-Snow Sports...2018-32

    China Post will issue a set of four commemorative stamps featuring the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics-Snow Sports, namely Cross-country Skiing, Alpine Skiing, Biathlon and Freestyle Skiing, with a denomination of 4.8 yuan (0.6896 U.S. dollars) on November 16, 2018. 

    Sports on snow is a winter sport with a long history. At present, those listed as winter Olympic events include freestyle skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, Nordic combined, luge, bobsledding, snowboarding, alpine skiing, etc. 

    Cross-country skiing is a sport that uses skiing equipment and basic techniques, such as climbing, downhill skiing, turning and skiing on hills and snowfields. 

    Alpine skiing originated in the Alps, and is also known as “Alpine skiing” or “mountain skiing,”and is a perfect combination of speed and skills, fitness and elegance. Biathlon is a sport that combines cross-country skiing and shooting. Freestyle skiing began in the 1960s and developed on the basis of alpine skiing. It is divided into snow skills, aerial skills, snow ballet and so on. 

    This set of stamps was designed by Shen Jiahong, stamp designer of the Postage Stamp Printing Bureau of China Post Group (PSPB), and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House using a heliographic printing process. 
     

  • China International Import Expo...2018-30

    China Post issued a set of two commemorative stamps featuring the China International Import Expo (CIIE), namely the Reform and Opening-Up, and Shared Future, with a denomination of 2.4 yuan (0.3472 U.S. dollars) on November 5, 2018. 

    As a major policy and initiative to open the market to the world at a high level, the first China International Import Expo opened in Shanghai on November 5, 2018. This is the first national exhibition with import as its theme in the world, and also the final one of the four major diplomacy activities of China this year. 

    With the theme of “New Era, Shared Future,” the CIIE will create a new international public platform for global and inclusive opening-up and cooperation, and mutually beneficial development, so that the world can share the achievements of China's development in the new era. 
    The logo of the expo consists of the earth in the middle, surrounded by a light blue circle, the Chinese and English names of the expo and its English abbreviation CIIE. 

    The main mascot of the expo is the giant panda “Jinbao” (homophone for “Jinbao,”which is short for the CIIE in Chinese). It not only has the meaning of “imported treasure of the Expo,”but also implies the auspicious meaning of "finding treasure.”

    The main body of the first stamp features the logo of the expo with the venue, the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai), below. The four-leaf clovers on the side imply luck. The background is composed of a silhouette, showing the city scenery of Beijing and Shanghai. The second stamp displays the mascot of the expo,“Jinbao".

    The two stamps are linked by golden and blue-green ribbons, symbolizing the “Belt and Road Initiative” and meaning wealth and hope. The silhouette designs beside the ribbons show the main city scenery of the twelve host countries of the expo. 

    This set of stamps was designed by Song Jian, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House. 

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they are issued on November 5, 2018. 

  • Year of Jihai2019-1

    China Post will issue a set of two special stamps featuring the Year of Jihai, namely “Pig Brings You Blessings” and “Five Blessings Gathering,” with a denomination of 2.4 yuan (0.3446 U.S. dollars) on January 5, 2019.

    2019 is the year of Jihai according to the lunar calendar and the Year of the Pig according to the Chinese zodiac with the 12 animal signs. The Pig ranks twelfth in the twelve zodiac signs, matching the Hai of the twelve earthly branches.

    In the first stamp “Pig Brings You Blessings,” a pudgy pig shows the joy of running in a dynamic way, symbolizing striving towards a better life. The second one, “Five Blessings Gathering,” fully reflects the concept of “family happiness” in a Chinese zodiac stamp, and expresses wishes for a happy new year.

    China Post has issued zodiac stamps for 40 consecutive years since 1980. After 40 years of reform and opening-up, it is of special significance to collect zodiac stamps and record personal growth and changes of the times.

    This set of stamps was designed by Han Meilin, who is a craft artist and professor at Tsinghua University, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House using a woodblock overprinting process.

  • Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge...2018-31

    China Post will issue a set of three commemorative stamps featuring the Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge (HZMB; Portuguese: Ponte Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau), namely the cable-stayed bridge, the eastern artificial island, and undersea tunnel with a denomination of 4.2 yuan (0.6043 U.S. dollars) on October 30, 2018.

    The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is a 55-kilometer-long bridge-tunnel system. It is the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge, connecting Hong Hong, Macau and Zhuhai, three major cities on the Pearl River Delta.

    The first stamp features the cable-stayed bridge. The second displays the eastern artificial island, and the third shows the undersea tunnel.

    This set of stamps was designed by Shi Yuan, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House using a heliographic printing process.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they are issued on October 30, 2018. 

  • Golden Panzhou City

    China Post issued a set of one regular stamped postcard featuring Golden Panzhou City in southwest China’s Guizhou Province with a denomination of 0.8 yuan (0.1152 U.S. dollars) on October 17, 2018.

    Located at the junction of Yunnan and Guizhou, Panzhou is the west gate of Guizhou Province. It has beautiful scenery, rich natural resources, strong ethnic customs and profound historical culture. Since ancient times, it has been a gathering place for merchants due to its unique advantages in location, transportation, resources and so on.

    The postcard depicts the new Panzhou city, ancient city gate, ginkgo biloba leaves and other elements. The pale blue new city and gray ancient city gate serve as a foil to the golden ginkgo biloba leaves.

    The postcard was designed by Wang Huming, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House. 

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they were issued on October 17, 2018. 

  • Colorful Guizhou

    China Post issued a set of one regular stamped postcard featuring colorful Guizhou with a denomination of 0.8 yuan (0.1152 U.S. dollars) on October 15, 2018.

    Guizhou is one of the largest karst mountain areas in the world. Karst peak forests, plateau lakes, waterfalls, canyons, fissures, sinkholes, and alpine grasslands are distributed in a balanced manner, creating its unique natural ecology and cultural beauty.

    The postcard features the Huangguoshu waterfall, Zunyi Conference Site, Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope, Wanfeng Forest, terraces, Dong Fengyu Bridge and other elements, supplemented by the Guizhou tourism logo and Guizhou batik design. It not only reflects the ecological conditions of Guizhou, but also displays rich local cultural history and national customs.

    The postcard was designed by Liu Minghui, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they were issued on October 15, 2018. 

  • Longevity Pavilion in Hezhou...

    China Post issued a set of one regular stamped postcard featuring the Longevity Pavilion in Hezhou with a denomination of 0.8 yuan (0.1152 U.S. dollars) on October 17, 2018.

    Located in the eastern part of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Hezhou City has a history of more than 2,000 years. Since the city is located near the mountains and rivers of Guilin, it has beautiful natural scenery and a variety of cultural relics, and is a very popular Chinese tourist city and known as the "town of longevity."

    The Longevity Pavilion in Hezhou is a landmark building of Hezhou Garden Expo Park. It has five stories, and is a square tower-style antique building with five upturned eaves rising higher. The overall style exudes calm and magnificence. From the pavilion, tourists can get a good view of Hezhou city.

    This set of stamped postcard was designed by He Jun, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they were issued on October 17, 2018. 

     

  • 60th Anniversary of the Founding of the ...

    China Post issued a set of two commemorative stamped postcards featuring the 60th Anniversary of the Founding of the China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP) with a denomination of 0.8 yuan (0.1152 U.S. dollars) on October 16, 2018.

    2018 marks the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the CAEP. The academy is the only nuclear weapon research and production unit in China listed separately in the national scientific research program. It is a comprehensive research institute that focuses on the development of advanced science and technology in national defense, and integrates theory, experiment, design and production in this aspect.

    Its research areas include physics, mechanics and mathematics, chemistry and materials, information science and electronic engineering. Over the past 60 years, the academy has persisted in promoting the sustainable development of advanced weapons as well as science and technology in national defense, ensuring that China’s strategic deterrent forces are always safe, reliable and effective. It has made great contributions to the cause of national defense and the development of science and technology in China.

    The main diagram of the first stamped postcard features the logo of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the CAEP, and carries the motto of the academy. The appended drawing depicts a monument of the nuclear weapons research base and outlines its bases in Beijing, Qinghai, and Sichuan with blue-green ribbon, reflecting the 60-year historical changes.

    The main diagram of the second stamped postcard features the logo of the CAEP, and carries the motto of the academy. The appended drawing depicts the spring thunder[t1]  sculpture, and outlines the Mianyang office in Sichuan Province and the Beijing office of the CAEP with blue-green ribbon, showing the brilliant achievements of the CAEP.

    This set of stamped postcard was designed by Yu Xue and Shi Yuan, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they were issued on October 16, 2018. 

  • 60th Anniversary of the Founding of Guan...2018-29

    China Post will issue a set of three commemorative stamps featuring the 60th Anniversary of the Founding of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, namely Harmonious Homeland, Opening Door and Ecological Blessed Land, with a denomination of 3.6 yuan (0.523 U.S. dollar) on October 18, 2018.

    2018 marks the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Its founding is another milestone in the history of the development of ethnic relations in China and marks a new chapter in the region's history.

    In the past 60 years, especially in the past 40 years of reform and opening-up, Guangxi has enjoyed national unity and stability at its borders under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC). People of all ethnic groups in Guangxi live and work in peace. Bathed in the glory of the Party's policy of regional autonomy for ethnic minorities, they have united and struggled for common prosperity and development, made tremendous achievements in economic and social development, and continue to strive for the prosperity of the people and revitalizing Guangxi. Embarking on a new journey, the new Guangxi has entered a new era.

    This set of stamps was hand-painted using a computer technique. The first stamp depicts the main building of the Anthropology Museum of Guangxi. Nearby, representatives of the twelve resident ethnic minorities in Guangxi sing and dance in traditional costumes to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Founding of the Autonomous Region.

    In the center one can see Huashan rock paintings, the Wind and Rain Bridge and Longji Terrace. In the distance are stem-column architecture and undulating hills. The picture composition is scattered, bright and harmonious, creating a warm and festive atmosphere.

    The second stamp features the Nanning International Convention and Exhibition Center, ships and tower cranes. In the center one can see the running high-speed train and the Friendship Pass. In the distance is the architectural complex of the National Nanning-ASEAN Business District, showing the new achievements of Guangxi's economic and social development.

    The third stamp shows Guilin Elephant Trunk Hill in the foreground, the Bama Ming River in the middle and the undulating karst landscape in the background. It depicts the beautiful scenery of Guangxi.

    This set of stamps was designed by the dean of the Academy of Fine Arts, Minzu University of China, Yin Huili, and Ye Baoyan, and was printed by Beijing Stamp Printing House using a heliographic printing process.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall since they will be issued on October 18, 2018. This set of stamps will be sold for six months.

  • Bliss and Longevity

    China Post will issue a set of one Lunar New Year's Greeting Special Stamp, namely Bliss and Longevity, with a denomination of 1.2 yuan (0.1743 U.S. dollar) on October 9, 2018.

    It will also issue a souvenir sheet which will be used exclusively for China Post's gift-giving promotion to celebrate the Lunar New Year 2019.

    2019 is the Year of the Pig in the lunar calendar. Called black gold, the pig is a symbol of wealth and good fortune. This set of stamps features a lovely piglet, peonies, longevity peaches and clouds, all of which have an auspicious meaning and express good wishes for the New Year.

    The bright red and yellow trim of the souvenir sheet highlights the festive atmosphere of the New Year. The peony, auspicious clouds, twining flowers, bats and the golden piglet are symbols of good luck and wealth in Chinese folklore.

    The stamp was designed by Wu Shining and Fu Yebo, and was printed by the Beijing Stamp Printing House using a heliographic printing process.

    Offer for sale: This set of stamps is available at designated postal outlets, the online philatelic shop of China Post (http://jiyou.11185.cn), China Philately mobile client and the China Philately Wechat Mall.

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