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.
Xing Xing Xue Tang is a children’s reading section in Sin Chew Daily launched in 2020 for children aged 10 to 12. It features stories, student’s articles and comics twice weekly. Teachers are encouraged to use Xing Xing Xue Tang’s audio stories and reading guides to assist and interact with students. Students can preserve the stories as newspaper clipping. Xing Xing Xue Tang’s scrapbook competition is a yearly major event for students to present their newspaper clipping in form of scrapbook.
Established in 1993, Cahaya Sin Chew Weekly is the most popular publication for the secondary school students in Malaysia. The weekly is comprised with diverse content. It includes further studies information, mini stories, comics and lots more. It is a magazine that will keep young readers have fun while learning.
New Life Post is the only newspaper granted permission for sale in Singapore, where it is available every Wednesday and Saturday. Its content includes professional reports on Chinese culture and traditions, as well as the latest and hottest current issues. The magazine also features info-taining weird and strange news stories which satisfy readers looking for light reading material.
Established in April 1997, Citta Bella is an iconic monthly regional Chinese Language women’s magazine in Malaysia. Its appeal lies in its unique editorial that speaks to the sophisticated, discerning and bilingual woman. This confident Chinese woman is concerned about career, love, fashion, beauty, relationship, health and the world around her. Citta Bella’s cosmopolitan approach combines modernity and all things uniquely Chinese.