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Chinese elements in western mainstream media

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2017-11-14 15:58

As China's presence across the world increases and it forges stronger relations with western nations, more Chinese elements are appearing in western media. Let's take a look at some Chinese elements that have graced western publications.

Der Spiegel, the famous German weekly news magazine, chose Chinese pinyin "xinglai" ("wake up" in English) as the cover headline of its issue published on Saturday. The yellow typefaces heighted by red backdrop are bold and visually stunning.

 

Der Spiegel, the famous German weekly news magazine, chooses Chinese pinyin "xinglai" ("wake up" in English) as the cover headline of its issue published on Nov 11.

 

 

Coincidentally, the prestigious US weekly magazine, TIME, also wrote a Chinese phrase on the cover of its latest issue, corresponding to the English headline "China won".

 

According to Ian Bremmer, the author of the cover story in TIME's latest issue, it is the first time that the magazine has used two languages as the cover headline.

 

TIME, US weekly magazine, writes a Chinese phrase on the cover of its latest issue, corresponding to the English headline "China won".

 

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