Today’s China Readings June 15, 2012

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12 thoughts on “Today’s China Readings June 15, 2012

  1. Definitely love the commentary.  It was a great addition, and I’d hate to see it go.

  2. I appreciate your commentary on the day’s stories. I also appreciate the fact that you put this together in the first place.

  3. Commentary is great!  I’d rather get an every other day email w/commentary than a once a day w/out

  4. I liked the commentary – though I’d prefer it to be short, as it was in the very beginning. That way it could double as an abstract for those days on which I can’t go through the plethora of links you provide us.

  5. The commentary is great! Whatever you have the time and inclination for is appreciated. But know that your commentary is being read.

  6. i do appreciate the commentary as it highlights the most important discussions going on. You may not always be right but you have the right sense of screening what is important. Particularly since some of the links are to chinese only news (and i still do not master reading chinese..)

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