The Global Times is the only media institution outlet in China that owns both English and Chinese newspapers
The Global Times has a variety of communication platforms, including newspapers, APPs, websites, WeChat, Weibo, Facebook, and Twitter accounts
The Global Times has always insisted on not avoiding sensitive topics, always sticking to front-line reports, and remaining true to original articles, which has helped the outlet gain extensive influence both at home and abroad
With over 8 million daily page views, the website has a strong presence in English-language media. The site delivers breaking news with timely briefs, commentaries and analysis, while our videos, special coverages, infographics and galleries provide comprehensive and eye-catching news packages.
The Global Times updated its popular Android and IOS apps with an all-new tailored design in 2019. The new edition of the app, which has already garnered more than 2 million IOS users and 500,000 Android users, is targeted at English-speaking readers.
Founded in 1993, Global Times is the only media outlet in China that owns both Chinese and English newspapers, with a daily print circulation of more than 2.6 million, distributed in cities across China.
Social Media Products
The new media accounts of Global Times covers all social media platforms such as Weibo, WeChat, TikTok, Facebook and Twitter, with a cumulative number of over 100 million Chinese and overseas followers.
The Global Times official Twitter account, launched in April 2011, has over 1.8 million followers to date, increasing at least 100% every year. A large number of followers are located in developed nations in the Americas and Europe, and the account is followed by many influential people and organizations
Our Facebook account has attracted over 60 million followers since its launch in April 2011. Our followers not only actively access the latest news feeds, but also live streams, videos, GIFs, special coverages and infographics
The Global Times Diplomats’ Forum is an ideological feast carefully created by the Global Times, inviting ambassadors to China, government officials, experts and scholars, and media opinion leaders to build an international platform for communication on political, economic, cultural and other topics.
Jointly hosted by the European Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Global Times, the tournament mainly invites relevant Chinese units and the embassies of Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland to form teams for the tournament, and has been held annually since 2015.