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April 16, 2010


Thanks for the review of his talk. I've added his new book to my reading list.

Hey, I just thought I should let you know that Qiguang Zhao is a professor of Chinese at Carleton COLLEGE...not Carleton University. It seems like a minor detail, but Carleton University is one of the worst colleges in Canada, while Carleton College is one of the best small liberal arts colleges in the United States.

Concerned Student, thanks for pointing out my error. I've changed University to College, thereby avoiding any further embarrassment to your marvelous United States institution with being mistaken in this post for a crappy Canadian school that has the gall to call itself a University.

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