Today the South China Morning Post takes on a new look designed to improve its form and content. Typefaces have been changed and news columns widened, with pages and sections more clearly labelled - all designed to make the paper easier to read and easier to navigate. There also are important changes of substance. Some stories will be expanded to include helpful background information, while others will be cut to essential facts. The editorial and opinion pages move to the front section to join the main news stories. The biggest changes are in our expanded features section. On a rotating basis, it will offer articles about issues of personal interest - health and fitness, travel, spending, film and style. Add in new features about people and entertainment, and the paper will tell you more about what's happening in Hong Kong.