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South China Morning Post

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First published in 1903, South China Morning Post is Hong Kong’s premier English language newspaper and has the city’s most affluent and influential readership. With a reputation for authoritative, influential and independent reporting on Hong Kong and China. The newspaper is supported with its online publicationscmp.com and its Sunday edition, Sunday Morning Post. 

《南華早報》是全港首屈一指的英文報章,讀者主要來自本港最具影響力的階層。自1903年創立以來,《南華早報》一直以具權威性、富影響力和客觀獨立的報道著稱,在香港及中國內地享有卓越聲譽,過去一年更榮獲58項優秀新聞獎。讀者還可閱覽網絡版scmp.com和週日版《星期日南華早報》,接收更多資訊 。

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Relax, China’s Banks Aren’t About to Have a Meltdown

Tom Holland
South China Morning Post
There are reasons to be worried about China’s debt, but the risk of a 2008-style crisis is not one of them.

China, US to Step Up Cooperation to Halt North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Program

Catherine Wong
South China Morning Post
China’s premier and Obama make a pledge at the UN

China Pledges to Cut Size of Its Massive Fishing Fleet Due to Serious Threat to Nation’s Fish Stocks

Stephen Chen
South China Morning Post
The government said there were practically “no fish” in the coastal East China Sea.

Chinese Architect’s Nature-Infused Buildings Take World By Storm

Kavita Daswani
South China Morning Post
Ma Yansong blurs the lines between lanscaping and architecture, inspired by his Chinese culture....

Torrential Rain Wreaks Havoc in Central, Eastern China but Yangtze Flood Risks Diminish

Li Jing
South China Morning Post
El Nino reaches Central China, flood controll efforts reach a critical state....

Family of Activist Who Died in Police Custody Files Complaint Alleging Abuse

Mimi Lau
South China Morning Post
Lei Yang was arrested on a charge of soliciting a prostitute in early May; less than an hour later he was dead.

Beijing Tipped to Ramp up International Pressure on Taipei amid Tsai's Silence on Cross-Strait Consensus

Lawrence Chung Lawrence Chung
South China Morning Post
Beijing will continue to press for its interpretation of “one China” principle.

Controversy Sparked Online by ‘Red Songs’ at Concert in Beijing

Nectar Gan
South China Morning Post
Music from the turbulent period of the Cultural Revolution was featured prominently at event at the Great Hall of the People.

Meet China's RoboCop: The Robot Police Officer Who Doesn't Tire—or Second-Guess Commands

Stephen Chen
South China Morning Post
Defence researchers have developed AnBot, a robot that can seize suspects and deliver shocks.

Needy Clauses: Would China’s Proposed Charity Law Be a Gift to the Disadvantaged?

Mandy Zuo
South China Morning Post
Top legislative body will on Wednesday begin deliberating the country’s first charity law.

China’s Richest Man Wang Jianlin Urges Beijing to Motivate Officials for Economic Growth

Mandy Zuo
South China Morning Post
Wang told an audience at Oxford University that inaction by some officials stemmed from “flaws in systematic design.”

Hong Kong May Be A Little Insecure, But It's No 'Slave'

Kenny Hodgart
South China Morning Post
I don't much care to weigh in on the subject of Hong Kong remaining a place where non-Asians are able to prosper...

Yes, He Can: Sichuan’s Answer to Barack Obama Cashes in on His Moment in the Sun

Keira Lu Huang
South China Morning Post
A man from the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan has been making a living by looking like US President Barack Obama.