Epoch Times (Chinese)

At a great risk to themselves and their loved ones back in China, a group of Chinese-Americans established Epoch Times in the United States in May 2000. Some reporters in China were jailed, and some suffered severe torture, all to bring true information to the world.

Epoch Times launched in 2000 with a Chinese-language print edition in New York and a website. Local editions published by bureaus around the world soon followed. Today, Epoch Times is the largest Chinese-language newspaper outside of mainland China and Taiwan.

Other Languages

The Epoch Times publishes in 21 languages in 35 countries across five continents. The Epoch Times continues to expand news coverage and newspaper distribution in more regions, and with editions in more languages.

Bulgarian | Czech | French | German | Hebrew | Indonesian | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Persian | Portuguese | Romanian | Russian | Slovak | Spanish | Swedish | Turkish | Ukrainian | Vietnamese