In the period of the Republic of China, “Jiayin”(甲寅) was compiled by Zhang Shizhao(章士钊). After three distribution patterns, the group was called “Jiayinpai”(甲寅派). Firstly, the “Jiyinzazhi”(甲寅杂志) was a result of the failure of “The Second Revolution(二次革命)”, which was issued from 1914 to 1915 by the Chinese revolutionary intellectuals in Japan, becoming the most influential political magazines in the early Republic of China. Secondly, “Jiayinzhoukan”(甲寅周刊) published in 1925 was also known as “Jiayinpai” in the academic circle, but their former colleagues were different. The new culture movement(新文化运 动) had become the mainstream point of the ideological circle, which meaned a representative of Cultural Conservatism(文化保守主义). Finally, the “Jiyinrikan” (甲寅日刊) issued in 1917 meaned the transition from the political chaos at home and abroad to the history, and some of the events from the publishing to the stopping were the time points for the division of “The early Jiayinpai(前期甲 寅派)” and “The late Jiayinpai(後期甲寅派)”.
However, the “Jiayinrikan” was a short issue period, because it is difficult to find information and so on, so it has not carried out the actual historical evaluation. This paper tries to find out the substantial data of Jiayinrikan and confirm the value of the data. So this paper reviews previous research results, points out several problems and demonstrates the facts based on materials. In January 28, 1917, Zhang Shizhao returned to Beijing as a Senate to republish Jiayin, which was in the form of a daily magazine. The main political theories(政论), such as editorials(社论), monographs(专论) and commentaries(时 评), were held by Zhang Shizhao, Li Dazhao(李大钊) and Gao Yihan(高一涵), and the news compiling agencies set up by Shao Piaoping(邵飘萍) provided reports on Lu Hongkui(陆鸿逵) as the issuer and Shao Piaoping. Researchers in “Jiayinrikan” believe that the newspaper stopped publication or ended when they left the newspaper in the end of the June. However, in fact, after The restoration of Manchu(张勋復辟) in July 1st, only a few days after the suspension, it can resume immediately and continue to be released until November. In February 1917, in order to continue to explain their political opinions, like the Jiayinzazhi, there was a magazine publishing plan. The fact is confirmed through “A preview of the publication of the Jiyinzhoukan(甲寅周刊出 版预告)”. This paper analyzes the contents of the “A preview of the publication of the “Jiyinzhoukan””, and the colleagues pursue the continuity with Jiayinzazhi through Jiayinzhoukan. However, “Jiayinzhoukan” was not issued at that time, and its tendency to pursue political theories was changed when it was actually issued in 1925.