Acta Mathematica Sinica， established by the Chinese Mathematical Society in 1936， is the first and the best mathematical journal in China. In 1985， Acta Mathematica Sinica is divided into English Series and Chinese Series. The English Series is a monthly journal， publishing significant research papers from all branches of pure and applied mathematics. It provides authoritative reviews of current developments in mathematical research. Contributions are invited from researchers from all over the world.
Journal of Mathematical Research with Applications （JMRA），is a home for original research papers of high quality in all areas of mathematics with applications. The target audience comprises: pure and applied mathematicians， graduate students in broad fields of sciences and technology， and scientists and engineers interested in mathematics. The journal is dedicated to publishing first-rate research papers in English and making the research findings available to a wide scientific community， as it has for many years. More than 3700 papers had been published in this journal before its name changes， including those contributed by some famous mathematicians such as K. L. Chung， P. L. Butzer， and so on. A paper published in this journal [3（1）:185，1983] by P. L. Butzer has been cited more than fifty times in SCI journal papers. The contributors to this journal come from more than 10 countries， including China， USA， UK， Japan， India and Russian.