The Last Day Shepherd´s Call

(Mo Shih Mu Sheng) (1921– , with interruptions; monthly). Church paper and official organ of the South China Island Union Mission, first published for the China Division by the Signs of the Times Publishing House in Shanghai, China, in 1921. When the Pacific war broke out in 1941, the paper was discontinued for about one year. After that it was divided into two separate papers, one printed in Shanghai, China, and the other in Chungking, Szechuan, China. In 1946, when the China Division was reorganized, the two papers were again merged and published in Shanghai. After two years the political disturbances in China increased, and, as a result, the paper was discontinued. In July 1954 the Signs of the Times Publishing Association of the South China Island Union Mission ( see Signs of the Tim...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.