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Los Angeles Times

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The Los Angeles Times is the largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the country, with a daily readership of 1.4 million and 2.4 million on Sunday, more than 36 million unique latimes.com visitors monthly and a combined print and online local weekly audience of 4.3 million. The Pulitzer Prize-winning Times has been covering Southern California for more than 134 years.

The Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) businesses and affiliates also include The EnvelopeTimes Community News, and Hoy Los Angeles which, combined with the flagship Los Angeles Times, reach approximately 5 million or 36% of all adults in the Southern California marketplace. LATMG also ownsCalifornia Community News, LLC, operates Tribune Direct LA, and is part of Tribune Publishing Company (NYSE:TPUB), a diversified media and marketing solutions company that delivers innovative experiences for audiences and advertisers across all platforms. 

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Rising Soybean Oil Prices Threaten Social Fallout in China

David Pierson
Los Angeles Times
The worst U.S. drought in half a century is sending global grain prices soaring. The fallout is almost certain to be felt at dinner tables across China. The No. 1 foreign buyer of American soybeans, which are pressed into cooking oil and used for...

Chinese Maker of Olympic Uniforms Baffled by Backlash

David Pierson
Los Angeles Times
If Horatio Alger had spoken Mandarin he would have loved the rags-to-riches tale of garment maker Li Guilian. Chinese President Hu Jintao and fellow Politburo members are loyal customers of her firm,...

China Hires Tens of Thousands of North Korean Guest Workers

Barbara Demick
Los Angeles Times
China is quietly inviting tens of thousands of North Korean guest workers into the country in a deal that will provide a cash infusion to help prop up a teetering regime with little more to export than the drudgery of a desperately poor population.

Chinese Scandals Rev Up Exile News Media

Barbara Demick
Los Angeles Times
It's payback time for Chinese exiles, especially those with a printing press, television station or just a computer at their disposal. From the newspaper and television network run by the banned Falun Gong to independent Chinese-language news...

Xiyadie Depicts Homosexual Love in Chinese Paper-cuts

Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore
Los Angeles Times
Orgies and anal sex hardly seem the usual fodder of traditional Chinese folk art, but that is exactly what one Chinese artist is depicting in a series of provocative paper-cuts that are now being exhibited in Los Angeles for the first time. Paper-...

Asia Society's 'Revolutionary Ink' reflects on Wu Guanzhong

Allan M. Jalon
Los Angeles Times
"A snake swallowing an elephant" is how the Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong described himself. The snake was the Chinese artist in him, and the elephant was Western art. The stylistic fusion that made him one of China's leading modern...

Journalist Expelled from China Reflects

Rosanna Xia
Los Angeles Times
Melissa Chan returned to Southern California last week as the first accredited foreign correspondent to be expelled from China in 14 years, an act that sparked a flurry of news reports and expressions of solidarity from fellow journalists.

In China, Blame for USC Victims

Mei Fong
Los Angeles Times
The malevolence this tragedy generated grows out of deep divisions within China. The chasm between haves and have-nots is growing ever wider, and with it has come resentment that extends to the approximately 160,000 students a year — enough to...