Changes to management team of SPH's Chinese newspapers division

Changes to management team of SPH's Chinese newspapers division
Mr Toh Lam Huat (left) will be appointed Special Projects Editor, while Ms Lee Huay Leng (right) will take over as Editor of Lianhe Wanbao.

SINGAPORE - Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SPH) today announced that there will be changes to the management team of its Chinese Newspapers Division (CND), with effect from Jan 1, 2014.

Mr Toh Lam Huat, who is the Supervising Editor of Lianhe Wanbao, Shin Min Daily News and Central Integrated Newsroom, will be appointed Special Projects Editor.

Mr Chua Chim Kang will be appointed Managing Editor. His portfolio includes digital business development, business support, editorial administration, employee training and talent development of CND. He will also be in charge of the Central Integrated Newsroom.

Mr Chua will hand over his position as Editor of Lianhe Wanbao to Ms Lee Huay Leng, who will relinquish her duties as Deputy Editor of Lianhe Zaobao cum Vice President of Cultural Industry Promotion.

The other management positions in CND remain unchanged. Mr Goh Sin Teck is Editor of Lianhe Zaobao cum Editorial Consultant of My Paper (Chinese), Mr Pan Cheng Lui is Editor of Shin Min Daily News and Mr Seow Choke Meng is Executive Vice President of Cultural Industry Promotion.

They will all report directly to Mr Lim Jim Koon, Editor-in-Chief of CND.

Mr Lim Jim Koon said:"The objective of the restructure is to allow our management staff to be given the opportunities to take on various positions. With their respective wealth of experiences and knowledge in the organisation, I am confident that they will be able to make greater contributions to the future development of the Chinese Newspapers Division."

grongloh@sph.com.sg

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