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PUBLISHED : Friday, 17 August, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 17 August, 2012, 12:47pm

To our readers

BIO

Wang Xiangwei took up the role of Editor-in-Chief in February 2012, responsible for the editorial direction and newsroom operations. He started his 20-year career at the China Daily, before moving to the UK, where he gained valuable experience at a number of news organisations, including the BBC Chinese Service. In 1993, he moved to Hong Kong and worked at the Eastern Express before joining the South China Morning Post in 1996 as our China Business Reporter. He was subsequently promoted to China Editor in 2000 and Deputy Editor in 2007, a position he held for four years prior to being promoted to his current position. Mr. Wang has a Masters degree in Journalism, and a Bachelors degree in English.
 

From Monday August 20, the South China Morning Post and Sunday Morning Post will adopt a compact broadsheet format, in line with many broadsheets in the industry. Main section pages will retain their height but be slightly narrower. Tabloid and magazine pages will be slightly shorter.

This will not compromise the quality of our editorial and we will cover as many stories as before, although some will be more concise.

You'll also notice we've taken the opportunity to improve the format of the daily financial markets data in the Business section and have redesigned the daily TV guide in a more reader-friendly vertical format, in response to popular demand.

We greatly value your continued support and hope you like the new, more convenient, paper-efficient format.

Wang Xiangwei

Editor-in-Chief

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