The World Journal was founded in 1976 and has since grown to become the largest Chinese-language newspaper in North America. It is also one of the few daily newspapers in the United States that publishes nationwide. The World Journal has independent publishing operations in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Texas and other places.
World Journal is committed to providing readers with the latest, fastest, most in-depth and complete news reports. In order to cope with the rapid growth and changes in patterns of Chinese immigrants, the World Journal continues to seek progress in content, printing and services. Its professional interviewing and editing team provides readers with both depth and breadth of local coverage.
The World Journal is open 365 days a year, and publishes at least 64 pages per day, and up to 128 pages. The content includes the day’s major global news, U.S. and Canada news, economic, political news, and the latest mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. , Southeast Asia news, and local Chinese community news. In addition, the World Journal also provides reports on sports focus, film and art trends, finance, art and literature, forums, children's world, homes, science and technology information, medicine and health care, consumption, and business.
Since its development, the World Journal has not only won numerous awards, but has also been recognized by the mainstream society in North America. Both US President Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Kerry Jing have praised the World Journal and affirmed the role played by the World Journal in helping new immigrants integrate into the local society. The key role and outstanding contribution.
The World Journal serves all overseas Chinese as its volunteer job. On the one hand, it assists new immigrants to bridge the gap and gradually move into the mainstream society. On the other hand, it meets their spiritual needs, enhances the quality of life, and maintains Chinese emotions.