The World of Chinese - - Street Talks -

Are you a writer? Do you have in­sight­ful sto­ries to tell about China? The World of Chi­nese is look­ing for bright, knowl­edge­able free­lance writ­ers and re­porters, with rel­e­vant ex­pe­ri­ence and qual­i­fi­ca­tions, to con­trib­ute to our bi-monthly print and dig­i­tal mag­a­zine. We cover a wide va­ri­ety of sub­jects, from food to film, law to lit­er­a­ture, tech­nol­ogy to travel, with both reg­u­lar col­umns and fea­ture-length ar­ti­cles.

The ideal free­lance can­di­dates should be ex­pe­ri­enced writ­ers who have lived, worked, or trav­eled in China, and/or the Chi­nese di­as­pora, and have a deep un­der­stand­ing of their sub­ject and a lively, en­gag­ing style. In re­turn, we of­fer a com­pet­i­tive word rate and the op­por­tu­nity to be pub­lished in one of best-known English lan­guage mag­a­zines in China.

To ap­ply, please send a re­sume and a brief cov­er­ing let­ter, stat­ing why you'd like to write for The World of Chi­nese, along with (ide­ally) two pre­vi­ously pub­lished ar­ti­cles and three story pitches of 50-150 words to [email protected]­world­ofchi­ with the sub­ject line “Writ­ers.”

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