Ming Pao Daily News was founded on 20 May 1959. It has the mission and long-standing editorial direction to present comprehensive, objective and bias-free coverage and analyses on political and economic issues in Hong Kong, mainland China and the world for more than 60 years. This philosophy of journalism has successfully won the support of over 400,000 readers. The readership mostly comprises of the middle-class population with education income levels higher than the average in Hong Kong. Most of the readership are professional, management members and corporate decision-makers.
Ming Pao Daily News has been well recognized by the media industry over the years. In the past 20 years, Ming Pao Daily News received numerous awards as presented by the Newspaper Society of Hong Kong, making it the holder of the most journalists’ awards amongst Chinese language newspapers in Hong Kong.
Sin Chew Daily was established in 1929. Since its establishment, the Daily has been twice suspended in 1942 and 1987. After its resumption of publication in 1988, its circulation has increased continuously and become a highly influential part of the media landscape in Malaysia after 1992. Currently Sin Chew Daily is not only the largest circulated Chinese-language newspaper in Southeast Asia, but it is also the largest Chinese daily outside the Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Nanyang Siang Pau was launched in 1923. It is the oldest Chinese daily in Malaysia. A highly regarded opinion maker, Nanyang Siang Pau is also the only financial and business Chinese language publication in Malaysia. A majority of its readers are decision makers and people from the middle class such as professionals, managers and executives.
Ming Pao Daily News launched its Toronto Edition in May 1993, followed by the Vancouver Edition in October of the same year. Both Editions, featuring insightful analyses and news from Canada and the world, have grown to become leading regional Chinese newspapers with the largest readership base in the respective cities.
Being a well-recognized Chinese media, Ming Pao Daily News’ Canada Editions play an important part in letting the voices of the Chinese community heard in Canada. These two papers have also become an influential media praised by the professionals and business leaders.