Post Offices in China

German Consulate in Shanghai

Below is a list of the Post Offices in China with basic information on each.
All location data is approximate.

Amoy / Amoi

Opened – 12 June 1902
Spelling changed – mid-1913
Closed – 16 March 1917

Canton / Kanton

Opened – 4 June 1902
Spelling changed – 21 May 1913
Closed – 16 March 1917

Futschau

Opened – 18 June 1900
Closed – 16 March 1917

Hankau

Opened – 1 April 1900
Closed – 16 March 1917

Itschang

Opened – 21 February 1903
Closed – 1 September 1908

Nanking

Opened – 1 January 1903
Closed – 16 March 1917

Peking

Opened – 11 September 1900
Closed – 15 March 1917

Schanghai / Shanghai

Opened – 28 August 1886
Spelling changed – April 1905
Closed – 16 March 1917

Shanhaikwan / Schanhaikwan

Opened – 1 September 1901
Temporarily in Tschinwangtau – 1 December 1901 to 28 February 1902
Spelling changed – 1 March 1902
Closed – 31 October 1902

Swatau

Opened – 17 May 1904
Closed – 16 March 1917

Tientsin

Opened – 1 April 1893
Closed – 16 March 1917

Tongku

Provisional PO – early September 1900
Opened as Post Office – 1 November 1900

Closed – 30 April 1906

Tschingtschoufu

Opened – 15 June 1903
Closed – 31 December 1905

Tschifu

Opened – 1 January 1900
Closed – 16 March 1917

Tschinkiang

Opened – 28 October 1901
Closed – 16 March 1917

Ching Wang Tao / Tschinwangtau

Opened – 1 December 1901
Spelling changed – 15 January 1902
Closed – 10 March 1906

Tschoutsun

Opened – 15 November 1903
Closed – 31 December 1905

Tsinanfu

Opened – March 1904
Closed – 16 March 1917

Weihsien

Opened – 1 June 1902
Closed – September 1914