To the Editor: Chinese Americans represent one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the United States. In Chinese culture interdependence is highly valued, and patients with schizophrenia have reported experiencing discrimination from family members, friends, and colleagues as a result of their stigmatizing beliefs (1). When Chinese-American immigrants are prescribed psychotropic medications, most stop taking the medications prematurely, which leads to poor outcomes (2). Furthermore, studies have shown that about half of Chinese Americans (46%) do not speak English at home and may have limited access to health information from mainstream media (3). A previous study in China supported the utility of including health content in Chinese newspapers (4). Targeting Chinese-American immigrants by using Chinese-language mass media may help increase mental health literacy.