Mission Statement: To serve all Chinese immigrants and help new citizens bridge the cultural and social gap to mainstream America. To provide a means for Chinese foreigners to keep in touch with their heritage and culture, stay current with news from their homeland, maintain awareness and involvement in local communities, and improve overall quality of life while adjusting to living in the United States.
World Journal has become a vital part of the everyday lives of Chinese Americans and permanent residents with a loyal following of readers who have immigrated from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong World Journal is published by independent operations around the United States, including Boston's New England edition. One of the few U.S. daily newspapers distributed on a national basis, and Southeast Asia.
has recognized the rapid growth and changing demographic profile of Chinese immigrants and responded to their changing needs through continuous advancements in content, technology, and service. Our team of professional reporters and editors produce several local editions to address local issues and events while maintaining the scope and depth of its coverage as a national publication. In 2007, World Journal launched an online digital e-paper, , further broadening the publication's reach and digital offerings. The easy-to-use digital interface now allows readers from all over the world to view every edition of World Journal from across the United States.
The Boston edition publishes between 36 and 44 pages daily, 365 days of the year. 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.
World Journal features sports, entertainment, finance, literature, editorials, children's world, home, technology, health & medicine, and consumer & business news. The Boston edition covers the New England states of Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.
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.
World Journal has raised over $6 million in disaster relief funds to support victims of natural disasters, including floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, and typhoons both in the United States and in Asian countries.