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Guang Ming Daily (Malaysia)

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Guang Ming Daily (Malaysia)

Guang Ming Daily (simplified Chinese: 光明日报; traditional Chinese: 光明日報; pinyin: Guāngmíng Rìbào) was previously known as Sin Pin Daily (Chinese: 星檳日報), Sin Pin Daily was founded by the Aw brothers who also started the Sin Chew Daily. Sin Pin Daily was headquartered in Penang. It stopped publishing in 1986 after major changes in management.

The former staff of the Sin Pin Daily started the Guang Ming Daily in December 1987 with the help from Dato' Seri Dr. Lim Keng Yaik.

In 1992, the Rimbunan Hijau Group bought over Guang Ming Daily and thus making it the sister company with Sin Chew Daily.

External links

  • Official site (Chinese)
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