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South China Morning Post


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The South China Morning Post, the Group’s founding company, began operations in November 1903. With the acquisition of TVE in 1996, a magazine and book publishing enterprise, the SCMP Group was established.

Writer Coverage(s)

Indonesian activist lifts lid on rape of Chinese women in May 1998 riots: ‘it was a new low’ - May 26, 2023
Indonesian-Chinese writer Marga T on guilt of having been born a girl: ‘it gave me cancer’ - May 22, 2022
How Marguerite Duras’ breakthrough novel changed a Hong Kong author’s life - May 27, 2018
Notes from a dream - Dec 09, 2007
Laksmi’s international musings frame the colour of Indonesian life - Mar 18, 2007

Book Review(s)

Indonesian-Chinese who grew up ‘out-of-wedlock’ in Suharto era relive ‘trauma’ through new book - Sep 10, 2023
Netflix movie review: Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash – Indonesian director Edwin’s funny, profound black-comedy action drama - Apr 05, 2022
The Wandering by Intan Paramaditha puts the reader in charge - Nov 07, 2020
Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher - Oct 11, 2020
Eka Kurniawan’s brutal novel on Indonesian masculinity is not for the faint-hearted - Jul 19, 2017
‘Semen, blood and excrement’: the Indonesian novel that’s like story-telling on acid - Oct 28, 2016
Leader of the flak - Mar 05, 2006

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