I live in Europe and have to say that reading international newspaper is something everyone tells you to do, but as a teenager like myself I never was motivated to try it out. Got my Kindle as a birthday present and scammed through all the newspapers available. At first I tried "The Times", which is the most popular and best newspaper I thought. But after seeing the high monthly subscription price I rejected the thought of subscribing "The Times" in order to improve my english skills. Later I took a glimpse at the "Asian Newspaper" section. "Very interesting", I thought, "to get information directly from countries' local newspapers you nearly have no contact with." And there I found "China Daily US Edition", which was perfect for me: news from China, the largest country in the world, in english and with an affordable price! I took the 14 days trial and was surprised that even with a low price of 4.99$ the articles had a quality compareable to "The Times" and "The Independent". Now I read the China Daily on a daily basis, getting inside-news from China and improving my english skills bit by bit. Try it out yourself! 14 days are for free.
- cheap price
- high quality articles
- interesting view from a distant country's newspaper
- articles about china, which are not in the global news
(this can also be interesting as you can compare global news from China Daily to non-censored newspapers to get an idea of what the chinese government want their population to not be informed about)