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<i>Sing Tao Daily</i>

The Sing Tao Daily is Hong Kong's oldest and second-largest Chinese language newspaper. It is owned by Sing Tao News Corporation, of which Kwok Ying-shing is chairman. Its English language sister paper is The Standard.

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Titan Sports Media Group is one of the most influential sports media groups in China. It owns the newspaper Titan Sports and ten other magazines.

<i>Titan Sports</i> (newspaper) Simplified Chinese newspaper

Titan Sports is a Chinese sports newspaper, operated by the Titan Sports Media Group. It is the most circulated sports newspaper in China.

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