About Sing Tao Daily

The Sing Tao Daily is the second largest overseas Chinese language newspaper. It is owned by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited of Hong Kong.

There are also least 16 overseas editions of the Sing Tao Daily, which are published by 9 overseas bureaus and circulated in 100 cities around the world.

History of Sing Tao Daily

The parent company of the Sing Tao Daily, the Sing Tao Newspaper Group Limited, was founded in 1938 and is based in Hong Kong. The Sing Tao Daily was first published in the same year. It has one of the longest publishing histories among the Chinese newspapers in Hong Kong.

After opening Sing Tao Daily's first overseas office in San Francisco in 1975, the company set up International News Centers in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, London and Sydney. Currently, the company has twenty-two offices globally.

Political Stance of Sing Tao Daily

The Sing Tao has a pro-government history. Before the reunification of Hong Kong with China. It supported the British colonial government; and once Hong Kong turned into a special administrative region, it turned its support to the Beijing government. This can easily be identified in the editorials, and it is also true for Sing Tao Daily's overseas editions.

Sections of Sing Tao Daily

  • Main
  • Western/Metro
  • Entertainment
  • Lifestyle
  • Sports
  • Business/Financial

Distributions of Sing Tao Daily

Sing Tao Daily in the United States

In the United States, Sing Tao Daily is the second largest Chinese newspaper in Los Angeles, New York, and a few other cities. It is the largest Chinese newspaper in San Francisco and the Bay Area.

Sing Tao Daily in Canada

In 1998, Sing Tao Daily became a member of Toronto Star group. As of 2007, Sing Tao Daily is the largest Chinese newspaper in Toronto and Vancouver.

Sing Tao Daily in Europe

Sing Tao Daily (European Edition) is the one of the many Chinese newspapers in Europe. Sing Tao Daily's European Edition is published six days a week with claimed readership in excess of 80000 covering 12 European countries, including UK, France, Netherlands, and Germany.

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