New: Asian Journal of Philosophy

You can learn more about the journal here.

The journal’s editor-in-chief is Nikolaj Jang Lee Linding Pedersen (UIC, Yonsei University). You can view the rest of the editorial team and board here.

Asian Journal of Philosophy is a new online academic philosophy journal that aims to publish “high-quality articles in any area of analytic philosophy, but with an emphasis on epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, meta-ethics, value theory, action theory, and the philosophies of mind, language, logic, technology, and mathematics.”
According to Professor Pedersen, the journal will be publishing only in English. He adds, “However, cross-linguistic philosophy is one of the areas for which we hope to build a significant track record. In this sense we will strive to promote—and provide a platform for—philosophy as it is tied to different languages.”
to serve as a leading platform for analytic philosophy in Asia both in an inward and in an outward sense. Within Asia the journal aims to be a visible go-to outlet for analytic philosophers to communicate high-quality research and share it with the global community. Outside Asia the journal aims to  serve as an authoritative reflection of cutting-edge research in Asia and as an attractive publication outlet for promoting scholarly work to the large community of researchers working in the region. 
The mission of the journal is:
Published by Springer, the inaugural issue of the journal is expected in Spring, 2022. The journal will have two issues in 2022, and then change to 3-4 issues per year. While not quite open access, its contents will be freely available for the first two years. After that, it will be what Springer calls a “transformative journal,” that is, a journal the publisher has committed to eventually making open access.