The Financial Times’ Chinese-language website, FTChinese.com, took the prize for best feature writing at the Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) awards last night.
The site was one of six winners for the FT, which also took home gongs for newspaper design, digital journalism (for reporting on China and the Olympics) and scoop of the year.
FTChinese.com’s winning effort was an article on 30 years of reforms in China.
The title’s Mumbai correspondent, Joe Leahy, was also named journalist of the year at the event.
A full list of the award winners, which also saw the International Herald Tribune and Newsweek recognised, can be downloaded at this link.
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