It's been a year of unforgettable stories from Hong Kong, China and around the world.Tuesday, 12 March, 2013, 3:36pm
South China Morning Post financial editor George Shu Chen has been selected as a 2014 Yale World Fellow.
Chen, 34, will join 15 other candidates in August for an intensive leadership training and academic enrichment programme at the prestigious American university.7 Apr 2014 - 6:18pm
The South China Morning Post's marketing team won three top prizes and a second prize in this year's International News Media Association Awards.5 May 2013 - 5:03am
In Fanling Court yesterday, Cheng Shing-wing and Li Hak pleaded guilty to one count each of common assault, but they denied they were parallel-goods traders. Magistrate Wong Sze-lai postponed sentencing to May 14. The two were released on bail.1 May 2013 - 5:47am
SCMP Group's revenue crossed the HK$1 billion mark last year for the first time since 2008, helped by new income sources such as the recently acquired Elle magazine and higher revenue contribution from its magazines business.26 Mar 2013 - 9:01am
Plotting every one of Picasso's 5,717 paintings from his Blue Period to his last days was no easy feat, but it was work like this that won the South China Morning Post five awards at this year's "Pulitzer of news design".19 Mar 2013 - 2:50pm
The South China Morning Post won 11 prizes at the 2012 Hong Kong News Awards, announced yesterday. Post China reporter Minnie Chan and business news editor Denise Tsang swept top prizes in the best news and business writing in English respectively, while reporter Charlotte So won second runner-up for best business news writing in English.13 Mar 2013 - 5:54am
South China Morning Post Editor-in-Chief Wang Xiangwei condemned an attack on staff photographer May Tse by suspected paraller traders while on assignment in Sheung Shui on Thursday.1 Mar 2013 - 8:43am 6 comments
In a filing with the Hong Kong stock exchange after the market closed, the company said it was "in negotiation with third parties regarding possible acquisition of a group of media companies in Hong Kong".19 Feb 2013 - 5:18am
When billionaire Robert Kuok launched a luxury hotel brand in 1971, he named it Shangri-La, after the fictional utopia in which inhabitants enjoy unheard-of longevity. Ensconced in his executive suite 32 floors above Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour -- the room decorated with a pair of elephant tusks gifted by the late Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first prime minister of Malaysia -- the world’s 38th-richest person appears to have defied the ageing process himself.
2 Feb 2013 - 5:04am