The Star was Hong Kong's first tabloid newspaper, founded in 1965 and closed down in 1984. It was founded by Graham Jenkins, an journalist, who was the newspaper's editor until 1979. After the , Graham decided to add a Chinese language edition. The newspaper was printed and published by Consolidated Newspapers Ltd. When the newspaper was closed, 120 employees lost their job virtually overnight. The news came as a shock because the newspaper had increased its readership in the years before the closing.
Reporters include: Alfred Lee , San , Kenneth Ko, Christine Chow, Christina Xu .
Photographers include: Norman Lam, Norman Lau, Thomas Chan.