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6/21/2010 11:08 PM EDT
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ll8
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ll8   6/24/2010 9:39:41 AM
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Great article Mark! accurate story on what's going down in Chengdu, exciting! but you forgot to tell the reader's one thing, the city is famous because it has the best looking women in China. no contest!

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mark.lapedus   6/23/2010 3:51:41 AM
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Dear Sir, It seems like you've never been to China before. I was in Chengdu for one week. I saw it first hand. I interviewed many people in Chengdu (Intel, Freescale, On Semi, Unisem, etc.) So I know what I saw, which reflected in my article. During my trip, I DID NOT go to Shanghai, Beijing, etc. No time to do so. This type of trip could take a month or two! Not sure you are aware of this, but China is a very, very large country. China is complex. Every region is different. So I did not write about those cities. It's better to focus on one city at a time. If or when I go those place again (Shanghai), I will report on that as well. And my article would never appear in the China daily. It's too objective for them.

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xzczvxc   6/22/2010 6:40:29 AM
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Mark, It's great to have this coverage on China's IC sector, so donâ??t get me wrong, but your opening paragraph sounds like a China Daily advertorial... what are you basing this comment on? "Chengdu is fast becoming the next major biotechnology, chip, information technology" It seem that on your China trip you forgot to visit Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen... or Wuhan or Hangzhou or Xiamen for that matter.

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