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Hong Kong Economic Journal's price increase is a game-changer

After freezing prices at HK$6 for more than a decade, the Hong Kong Economic Journal will become the first Chinese-language newspapers to break a long-established pricing agreement by charging HK$8 from Monday.

Thursday, 30 August, 2012, 3:36am

Newspaper Apple Daily scraps its adult section

The Apple Daily newspaper is scrapping its adult section, a feature of the paper since it was founded in 1995, as readers go online for similar material.

A notice yesterday informed readers that the section, containing nightlife guides and reviews of pornography, would be discontinued after completing its "historical mission".

22 Aug 2012 - 3:24am

New Evening Post relaunched to back Beijing loyalists in election

Today's relaunch of the New Evening Post - a pro-Beijing newspaper that closed in 1997 - as a free evening publication appears to be an attempt to win support for Beijing loyalists in next month's Legislative Council election, a political scientist says.

20 Aug 2012 - 5:32am

To our readers

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.

17 Aug 2012 - 12:47pm

Fads rule reading lists in fickle city, booksellers say

Running a bookshop in Hong Kong is hard in the best of times, but the fickle and unpredictable nature of the city's reading preferences makes it even more difficult, booksellers say.

15 Aug 2012 - 10:58pm

career tracker

Jon Chung, general manager - marketing, Fuji Xerox Hong Kong

21 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

A love affair rekindled

The story of the e-book reader wasn't meant to be like this. Cheap, simple, easy to read in natural light and with a long battery life, the Kindle and its ilk were meant to be to shelves heaving with books what the iPod was to stacks of CDs and LPs. What could go wrong?

4 May 2012 - 12:00am

Enter the third dimension

Have you got a screw loose? When you need some DIY essentials in the future, there will be no need to drive to the hardware store. Just download the exact size of the component you need and print it off in 3-D.

13 Apr 2012 - 12:00am