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World Journal

World Journal is a Pan-Blue Taiwanese broadsheet newspaper published in North America. It is the largest Chinese language newspaper in the United States and one of the largest Chinese language newspapers outside of Greater China, with a daily circulation of 350,000.

Korea Times

Since its first U.S. edition in 1969, Korea Times has grown alongside the Korean-American community, which has blossomed from ten thousand to over two million members. Celebrating a century of immigration, Korea Times has been a steadfast source of news and a voice for Korean-Americans in all 50 states. With a dedication to quality journalism and community service, we continue to share the joys and pains of the community, looking forward to another century of excellence and engagement.

Nguoi Viet

Nguoi Viet Daily News, the first, oldest, and largest Vietnamese-language daily newspaper published outside of Vietnam, stands as a beacon for the Vietnamese community. Established as a platform for the voices of the Vietnamese diaspora, Nguoi Viet symbolizes the spirit and resilience of Vietnamese people worldwide. Through decades of service, it continues to foster a deep connection with its readers, providing insightful coverage and remaining a pillar of the community.

MRBI (MultiCultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc.)

Multicultural Broadcasting is a media company based in New York City founded by Chinese-American businessman Arthur Liu. It caters mostly to the Asian American community and owns television and radio stations in several of the top markets in multiple languages.


Established in 2005, Yibada stands as a pioneering online media company catering to global Chinese communities. With 35 city editions, including major cities like New York, San Francisco, and Beijing, it provides tailored news and valuable local insights, ensuring Chinese communities stay informed wherever they reside.


TVB USA is the largest distributor of Chinese-language television programs in the world which aims to bring TVB programs to the viewers in the U.S.


Founded in in 1990, SinoVison is a U.S.-based Chinese language television network. SinoVision has offices in Lower Manhattan, Flushing, and Brooklyn. It has correspondents in Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston.

Phoenix TV

Launched on January 1, 2001, Phoenix North America Chinese Channel features 24/7 of local and global news, current affairs, talk shows, popular drama series, variety shows, in-depth finance reports and live interviews concerning the Chinese community in Americas. It broadcasts on all major satellite, cable and IP television platforms, covering North and South America.


Founded in 2006, is the largest information sharing hub for the Chinese community in Los Angeles, offering each day 10,000 new pieces of information comprehensive local resources, to nearly one million daily visitors.


HuarenOne offers a global platform for services, communication, and interaction catered to the Chinese diaspora worldwide.

California Journal for Filipino Americans

The California Journal for Filipino Americans is a renowned publication that delivers news from the Philippines, local updates, business insights, and more to the Filipino community. With multiple accolades for its journalistic excellence, including awards from the U.S. Small Business Administration and the California Asian Pacific Islander Joint Legislative Caucus, it remains a trusted source for Filipinos in the US.