The Deutsche Shanghai Zeitung (DSZ), later Der Ostasiatische Lloyd, was a German language newspaper published in Shanghai, China. That publication was associated with the Nazi Party.
Deutsche Shanghai Zeitung Wikipedia
The newspaper was established on 27 September 1932. The paper was owned and edited by Max Simon-Eberhard, a former army captain. Hartmut Walravens, author of "German Influence on the Press in China," said that the newspaper did not do well initially but after Paul Huldermann, a professional journalist, took control, the performance improved. The newspaper was renamed and reorganized in January 1936 so it could benefit from the reputation of the previous Ostasiatischer Lloyd.