New York Times Launches Chinese-Language Lifestyle Magazine
(Beijing) -- The New York Times opened the Chinese online version of its lifestyle magazine on October 10.
"Our new site is not focused on politics, or foreign policy or business news. It's a lifestyle site," said Arthur Sulzberger, chairman of the New York Times Company and the newspaper's publisher, in an email reply to Caixin.
Based on the T magazine owned by the Times, the Chinese online publication covers areas including culture, art, real estate and food.
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