China Radio International
Bulgarian edition of China Radio International:
China Radio International (CRI) was founded on December 3, 1941. As the only international radio station in China, CRI broadcasts worldwide. Initially, CRI broadcast only a 15-minute program in Japanese. Today, the Radio's programs are broadcast in 38 languages and 4 Chinese dialects and are composed of the news program "news" and the sections on economics, culture, science and technology, etc., and are broadcast all over the world. CRI has 27 correspondent offices around the world and sends reporters to all provinces, cities and autonomous regions, as well as to China's special administrative regions of Hokong and Macau, and receives 900,000 letters a year from listeners around the world. Listeners call the CRI an "exchange bridge between China and other countries" and "the most efficient way to get to know China." In 1998, the CRI website was officially launched, which disseminates information in Chinese, English, German, Spanish, Korean, French, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Bulgarian, Romanian, Vietnamese, Italian and other languages.