Kanzhongguo

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Kanzhongguo
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FormatWeekly Broadsheet Newsprint
Owner(s)Kanzhongguo Association, Inc.
Editor-in-chiefLily Zhang
Founded2001
LanguageChinese
HeadquartersNew York City
CityAmsterdam, Auckland, Berlin, Boston, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Lima, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Melbourne, New York, Paris, Rome, San Francisco, Seoul, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington DC
CountryAustralia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Peru, Spain, UK, USA,
Websitewww.secretchina.com
Free online archivese-paper.kanzhongguo.com

Kanzhongguo (Chinese: 看中國), also known as Vision Times, is a Chinese language weekly newspaper. It was founded in 2001 as a website, www.secretchina.com. In 2006, it began publishing weekly print versions in major U.S. cities and Australia[1] where large Chinese communities exist. In 2007, print versions were launched in Europe.[2] To date, it is published in 23 cities, across 17 countries around the world. It is the largest Chinese language weekly newspaper.

Translated into English, Kanzhongguo means "See China". Its content aims to inform overseas Chinese of current events in Greater China and where they live. Its cultural section focuses on traditional Chinese culture; articles often illustrate how traditional Chinese cultural values have applications in modern day living.

Each local edition of Kanzhongguo is published independently by a local affiliate. One can access all current and past issues of the newspaper online.

Its companion website, www.secretchina.com, also known as www.kanzhongguo.com, is published in Chinese, English, Spanish and German.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vision Times Media (Australia) Corporation Pty Ltd. visiontimes.com.au.
  2. ^ 欢迎您在《看中国》时报刊登广告 Publiez vos annonces sur le journal chinois Kan Zhong Guo | 欧洲看中国 Regards sur la Chine - Journal Chinois Kan Zhong Guo. Kanzhongguo.eu. Retrieved 2016-03-04.

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