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.

 

DUNGUN, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The Kampung Besol Lama villagers are shocked to see a tiger roaming in the village. 

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - Genting Group may lose its status as the casino king in the region due to stiff competition and policy implemented by the government of Malaysia.

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The Education Ministry of Taiwan awards 47 scholarships to Malaysians to pursue their studies in Taiwan. 

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - Change another angle to view the changes in economy instead of trying to find out whether the economy is doing well.

JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - Malaysia faces acute shortage of Chinese wireman as most of them are working in Singapore due to the attractive exchange rates. 

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - Asean China Investment Association president Tan Ying Lik urges investors from China to invest in Malaysia instead of Indonesia as Malaysia is stable in politics and has a well-established legal system.

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily / ANN) - The Sin Chew Daily on Facebook is rated as the most influential Chinese new media outside China in the world.

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - All Malaysians are looking forward to witness a revamp of Malaysia Airlines to turnaround the airline to scale new height. The company which takes over the airline will need to have room and flexibility in initiating  moves to cut costs and improve efficiency. Insisting on no change of name and no retrenchment of staff do not fit current market condition.

KUALA LUMPUR (Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The Tourism Ministry and Home Ministry should hear from tour operators and work with them to promote Malaysia together. 

KUALA LUMPUR ( Sin Chew Daily/ANN) - The implementation of visa on arrival ( VOA) for Chinese tourists should be given green light and to be implemented this year, says Malaysia’s special envoy to China Tan Kok Wai.