The Standard Newspaper

The Standard is the first free English daily newspaper in Hong Kong. The popular daily publication has an audited circulation of 222,413 copies a day. It has evolved into a powerful, influential medium in Hong Kong with a diverse audience and a broad reach since becoming a free newspaper in September 2007. The paper is distributed Monday through Friday throughout Hong Kong.

Editorial quality, integrity and fairness remain guiding principles, with a diverse range of news and features presented in a bold tabloid format.

Distributed at 247 street points, with an audited circulation of 222,413 copies a day.

The paper is also distributed in corporations, luxury residential estates, professional associations, exclusive membership clubs, government offices, private and public hospitals, local and international schools, universities and other educational training centers.

The Standard is also available in selected premier coffee shops, airlines, hotels and restaurants, gas stations and car parks, shopping malls and high-end recreational activity centers.

It is also distributed in Macau – in hotels, airlines, government offices and selected street points.

The Standard
10/F, Sing Tao News Corporation Building
No. 3 Tung Wong Road, Shau Kei Wan
Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2798 2323
Fax: +852 2305 1765


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    December 2, 2011
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    December 4, 2011
  • Amanda says

    Traveling Wine Chick, Thanks for fighting the tiffarc and stopping by for a visit. Hwy 29 can be a beast on a sunny day, but were glad you enjoyed the wine. I certainly would have opted for the Sauvignon Blanc this weekend as well. As you saw the location is pretty prime, but the afternoons in the tasting room can be a little hectic. On your next visit to the valley we would love to host you in our club room for a private tasting. The club room is available to the public and can be reserved in advance for private & semi private experiences; a small charcuterie can be added to the tasting as well. Please give me a ring the next time your in the area so we can arrange something for you.

    March 17, 2012
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