My Paper (我报; Wǒ Bào) is a free, bilingual (English and Chinese) newspaper in Singapore published by the Singapore Press Holdings.

It is published from Mondays to Fridays, excluding public holidays; and an electronic copy of the print edition is published on the paper's website. The newspaper has a daily circulation of 300,000 copies, and is distributed in the morning at MRT stations, bus interchanges, office buildings and selected residential areas in Singapore.[1]

my Paper is a compact-sized, full-colour newspaper and features two "front" pages. It is divided equally into both English-language and Chinese-language sections with the pages of the English-language side of the paper reading from left to right (as would an English-language book); while the pages of the Chinese-language on the opposite side of the paper reads from right to left (as would a Chinese-language book). Instead of a mirror translation of articles, each piece of news or commentary in my Paper is presented in one language only.

my Paper was first published on 1 June 2006 and was the first free Chinese-language newspaper in Singapore.[2] It started with a daily circulation of 100,000 copies and was initially published from Tuesdays to Saturdays. On 8 January 2008, my Paper was relaunched as the first full-fledged bilingual newspaper in Singapore.[1]

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