Sin Chew Daily (Malaysia)
Sin Chew Daily, a Malaysian Mandarin newspaper founded on 15 January, 1929. In October 2004, Sin Chew Media Corporation (parent company of Sin Chew Daily) was public listed on Bursa Malaysia. Today, Sin Chew Daily owns 53 news bureaus and 6 printing plants in Peninsular and East Malaysia. It is read by more than 1.4 million people with a daily circulation of 400,000. The paper covers a wide range of topics local and international news, business, features, entertainment, sports and commentaries. Regional editions are available in the Klang Valley, Perak, North Malaysia, Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, the East Coast and Sarawak.To keep up with new development in this digital age and deliver news to our readers’ fingertips, we have also set up our news portal and English website.
PETALING JAYA, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily/ ANN) - With the issue of fake news growing out of control, as one of the millions social media users, we should not share or upload suspicious news.
PETALING JAYA, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - The right to have vernacular education is protected by the Federal Constitution. It is unrelated to dignity of other race nor it harms national unity.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - One should take action to preserve the environment by incorporating some good habits in their daily lives, including reduce wastage and lowering one’s desire.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - Tycoon Vincent Tan shares stories of becoming Tzu-Chi a volunteer and his land donation for Tzu Chi to build an affordable hospital
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - The Federation of Vegetable Growers Association has counter-proposed to the Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Sim Tze Tzin to help farmers hire 100 local university students as farm workers.
PARIS, France ( Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - A total of 1,500 delegates, monks and VIPs across the world attend the Buddha Light International Association’s first meeting of the 7th board of directors at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - It takes courage for the top cop in Malaysia, Abdul Hamid Bador, to tell the police to acknowledge past mistakes so that the force can move on.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - Foreign workers are essential to various sectors and industries in Malaysia. We can’t do without foreign workers in short term. But reducing dependency on migrant workers and apply proper procedure to bring in legal foreign workers are equally important. The issue of illegal migrant workers in like a time bomb. If the government does not tackle this issue as national crisis and looks for a comprehensive solution, the outcome can be disastrous.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - China displays its achievements during the celebration of 70th anniversary of establishing People’s Republic of China.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The education sector needs to groom talents in fields such as digital economy, aerospace industry, smart agriculture and supplementary resources to support Industry 4.0.