The media landscape has changed dramatically over the years, but our mission remains the same: to be the leading voice on conversations about China.
The proposed exemption so that television and radio broadcasts need not remain “impartial” when they involve national security, national education and national identity deserves thorough discussion.
Decision over Hong Kong journalist should lead to a better balance being struck between the right to access information and protection of privacy.
Case of Bao Choy Yuk-ling, who accessed a government database, reflects how those in the news media are put at risk for simply doing their job.
Wang Xiangwei, the Post’s former editor-in-chief, reflects on his career as a journalist, reporting on China, the need for a hiatus, and why he wants to return to Hong Kong.
Post joins celebrations for World News Day, which stresses the challenges faced by journalists as they attempt to provide readers with accurate information.
The Post’s front pages have recorded key moments in history including Japan’s surrender during World War II, death of Mao Zedong and Beijing Games in 2008.
While covering tragedies such as the Thailand tsunami in 2004 and Sichuan earthquake in 2008, Robert Ng confronted tragedy but reminded himself he has a job to do.
After starting as a business desk intern at the Post in the 1990s, Denise Tsang has seen big changes in both the news business and her home city.
With well over 700 people of nearly 30 different nationalities at the Post, a more diverse and inclusive workplace is hard to find.
The South China Morning Post has evolved with Hong Kong and mainland China since the publishing of its first edition in 1903. We look back at the newspaper’s history and the events that have defined it.
Multiple award-winning infographic ‘Life in Hong Kong’s shoebox housing’ awarded another two golds, while weekly Lunar newsletter on women and gender issues in Asia also scoops top prize.
John Lee’s remarks also appeared aimed at Jimmy Lai, who this week marked his 1,000th day in prison on national security charges.
Chinese-language newspaper will wrap up print operations on September 15, but continue online coverage.
Broadcasts promoting national education, identity and security law are subject to rule governing impartiality, which requires differing viewpoints.
Journalists will be allowed to report on, refer to or make observations about song in course of news gathering, interviews and commentaries.
Journalists’ group has instructed lawyers to write to Department of Justice to obtain more information about application for court injunction against playing protest song.
Ronson Chan, re-elected chairman of Hong Kong Journalists Association, warns over group’s survival at annual general meeting.
Post wins 42 awards from the Society of News Design, including ‘Best in Show’ for a large organisation category for ‘Life in Hong Kong’s Shoebox Housing’.
John Lee speaks out a day after Chinese-language newspaper Ming Pao drops controversial cartoonist Zunzi after 40 years.
Ming Pao expresses gratitude to cartoonist Zunzi for contributions over past 40 years, but offers no explanation behind decision to pull two series from May 14.
City leader John Lee uses ceremony to warn of dangers artificial intelligence poses to media industry and stresses importance of defending truth.
Mr Justice Ribeiro tells Court of Final Appeal that people accused of deceit should get benefit of doubt if their statements were capable of more than one interpretation.
The awards attracted more than 400 entries by over 300 contenders for nine categories in text, video and audio journalism.
Assistant police chief says force ‘deeply regretted and expressed strong dissatisfaction’ to Hong Kong Journalists Association over statement.
The three winning entries were among the 13 won by the Post out of 76 prizes across 17 categories offered by the Newspaper Society, the media industry’s guild in the city.
Readers discuss how cutting children’s programming hours will affect families, and why non-Chinese-speaking school leavers should be offered an alternative pathway to further education.
Public TV, radio stations should avoid hard-sell approach and consider formats such as quiz shows with prizes, singing competitions, analysts say.
Customers say they are worried about validity of broadband services, which are bundled with their television subscriptions.
Government announces new rules as part of midterm review of 12-year licence for TVB, ViuTV, HOY TV, Commercial Radio and Metro Broadcast.