Interestingly, there were a lot fewer correspondents in China and one received a clasp.
China (1) Relief of Pekin (Mr William Whittall. War Correspondent)
William Whittall represented Reuter's Agency during the Boxer Rebellion. He is the only one of the ten war correspondents in China to receive a clasp to his medal. Nothing else is known of him. Sold with photocopy China Medal Roll page which confirms entitlement and photocopy page from China Expeditionary Force Orders naming Whittall among five Press Correspondents to accompany the force.
QSA (0) (Mr. F. Ireland, "Daily News"). Officially corrected in places.
Frank Ireland formerly Editor of the 'Coventry Standard', went to South Africa before the Boer War and became one of the 'Daily News' war corespondents at its outbreak. He joined the staff of the 'Diamond Fields Advertiser, in Kimberley and became its Editor in 1910.