Newspaper Society of Hong Kong

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The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong (Chinese:香港報業公會 ), set up on May 10, 1954, is the largest newspaper industrial society in Hong Kong, found by Hong Kong's four largest newspapers at the time - Kung Sheung Yat Po (工商日報, closed), Wah Kiu Yat Po (華僑日報, closed), Sing Tao Jih Pao (星島日報 Pinyin: Xīngdǎo Rìbào ) and South China Morning Post (南華日報 Pinyin: Nánhuá Rìbào ). Existing members include 14 major newspapers, although Oriental Daily has chosen not to participate. The Society is the organiser for the widest-acclaimed news awards in Hong Kong.

External references[edit]

  • [1] Official website
  • [2] History of Hong Kong Newspaper in 50 years (Chinese only)