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www.7t80.cn is offers an in-depth focus on China with leading columnists on culture, politics, economics and history for readers interested in China
Launched in 2000, www.oushinet.com is the first website in Europe providing up-to-date information about China and the Chinese society in Europe in Chinese. The website provides daily news from Nouvelles d’Europe and the weekly newspapers of four editions, and is an interactive platform for communication of information on China and Europe. www.oushinet.com is owned by the Nouvelles d’Europe.
Established in 1983, France, Nouvelles D'Europe is the most influential mainland Chinese Europe-based newspaper agency, with four leading editions in France, the UK, Germany and the Middle East/Eastern Europe. We provide the latest news and stories for the growing Chinese communities across Europe; with a circulation of more than 100,000 and subscribers spanning across 18 countries including Austria, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Morocco, Cameroon, Mali and etc.
We run a daily and weekly newspaper, an official news site at www.oushinet.com and a mobile app available on iPhone and Android. As a dynamic organisation we manage a Chinese Cultural Centre, a Chinese school, a French publishing house, and a travel agency. Our London-based UK edition launched in 2011; we publish a weekly print Chinese newspaper with a circulation of over 35,000 in 21 cities reporting on local issues, UK-China relations and UK news. Our newspaper serves the UK Chinese community, and connects the flourishing migrant mainland Chinese, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwanese community.
From June 2014, the UK Edition has worked with national UK newspapers, The Times and The Telegraph is translated for 2-4 pages weekly in our UK edition. We are proud to say that we are the first Chinese newspaper to work with the The Times and The Telegraph. We are also the first Chinese newspaper available for VIP passengers traveling on Virgin Atlantic, China Eastern Airlines, and Etihad Airways.