Chinese Cultural Relics is the official English version of the archaeology journal Wenwu (Cultural Relics), highly respected for its top-notch articles and in-depth archaeological reports. Each issue contains translated articles of selected content from recent issues of Wenwu and is published by East View, a company in the United States. The company has become the largest Chinese language digital academic content provider in North America. What is the targeted audience for such a specialty journal? How is it received overseas? Our website spoke with Kent D. Lee, president and CEO of East View, and Garry Guan, managing editor of Chinese Cultural Relics.