Who are we?
South China Morning Post is a leading news media company that has reported on China and Asia for more than a century with global impact. Founded in 1903, SCMP is headquartered in Hong Kong, where it is the city’s newspaper of record. Our teams span across Asia and the United States, working together to connect with news consumers around the world. We are committed to informing and inspiring through journalism of the highest standards. Our vision is to “Elevate Thought”, and our mission is to “Lead the global conversation about China”
What do we do?
We develop news content 24/7, driven by world-class journalists, editors, visual artists, photographers and videographers, all guided by the principle of “Truth and Fairness”. Our editorial teams are powered by emerging digital technologies that allow us to create innovative ways to tell Asia’s most important and compelling stories. Against the backdrop of shifting discovery and consumption behaviours, SCMP reaches users across distributed media platforms including scmp.com, smartphone and tablet apps, social media and messaging platforms, as well as our flagship newspaper.
Additionally, SCMP is Asia’s leading magazine publisher with a portfolio of premium lifestyle and fashion titles including Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Esquire, Harper’s BAZAAR and The PEAK. We are also home to cpjobs.com, a big data-powered recruitment platform that matches jobseekers with their dream job.
作為公司的旗艦刊物，《南華早報 》是享譽國際的香港英文報章，讀者群包括香港最富裕和最有影響力的人士。自1903年創辦以來，《南華早報 》贏得了香港、中國乃至全亞洲具權威、影響力和獨立報導的美譽。《南華早報 》通過報章、手機、平板電腦、scmp.com網站以及電子紙版等有效途徑，及以每日即時新聞、分析與見解、多媒體文章和互動論壇吸引世界各地讀者。《南華早報 》的編輯、市場營銷和技術支援的表現卓越，在2015-16年度榮獲逾200個獎項。公司的其他刊物包括《星期日南華早報》、STYLE、Destination Macau及The PEAK。
與Hearst建立合作夥伴關係後，SCMP Hearst出版香港版的Cosmopolitan、CosmoBride、Harper’s BAZAAR、Harper’s BAZAAR Art、Harper’s BAZAAR Bride、 Esquire、 ELLE、 ELLE Men、 ELLE Wedding、 ELLE Décoration和ELLE Accessories，及營運 Cosmopolitan.com.hk、Cosmogirl.com.hk、Harpersbazaar.com.hk、ELLE.com.hk 和EsquireHK.com等網站。
SCMP and the Trust Project
In 2020, the South China Morning Post became the first news organisation in Asia to join the Trust Project, a consortium of the world’s top media companies committed to the highest standards of journalistic quality, transparency and credibility. The Trust Project is a worldwide initiative that provides standards of news production to help readers identify credible journalism. It is also supported by tech platforms such as Google, Facebook and Bing, who use the Trust Indicators to guide how they carry quality journalism.
Approved news sites with the Trust Project display “Trust Indicators” – a set of digital standards showing the organisations’ ethics and the measures they adopt for fairness and accuracy. The Trust Indicators help readers make informed decisions about what to read and share.
The Post believes a commitment to transparency is foundational to journalistic excellence. By implementing transparent newsroom policies on ethics, corrections, fact-checking and sourcing, its participation with the Trust Project underlines SCMP’s dedication to press freedom and quality journalism. This reinforces its continued mission to lead the global conversation on China with trustworthy, comprehensive reporting from its unique vantage point in Hong Kong.Read more about SCMP’s participation in the Trust Project in
- A letter to readers by SCMP’s Editor-in-Chief Tammy Tam
- SCMP becomes the first media organisation in Asia to join the Trust Project
- The Trust Project expands across Hong Kong, US, Canada and Spain on 33 new sites