World Journal began on February 12, 1976. The newspaper has the largest circulation among Chinese American and Chinese Canadian readership. It is published in major cities containing large Chinese-speaking populations including Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Houston, and Washington, D.C. in the United States as well as Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. The newspaper is widely sold in many Chinatowns in these cities and other major Chinese suburbs.
World Journal publishes between 36 and 44 pages every day, 7 days a week. World Journal features local, regional, and national news, as well as political and economic news coverage of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other Southeast Asian countries. In worldjournal.com, the average monthly unique page views are more than 30 million, and the average monthly active users for the website are around 2.45 million.
World Journal features sports, entertainment, finance, literature, editorials, children's world, home, technology, health & medicine, and consumer & business news. The Southeast edition covers Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
World Journal has received numerous awards and recognition for its service to the Chinese community, including from former Chinese Premier Wen Ja Bao who acknowledged being a World Journal subscriber and relying on worldjournal.com for his news when overseas. World Journal has also received acknowledgment and praise from heads of states such as President George H.W. Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien for its key role in helping new Asian immigrants assimilate.
As a branch of World Journal, the World Journal Atlanta Office was established in 1983 and has been serving, advertising, and circulating for the Southeast edition covering seven states including AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC, and TN. All paid advertisements from the daily newspaper will also be posted to our weekly newspaper, e-Paper (http://ep.worldjournal.com/AT), MPaper APP and social media (WeChat, Facebook and Line) at no additional cost to our clients. Also, our office is more than happy to write news reports about our clients to our newspaper for free.