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PSA DR PHD DIL MPA MRIN at 2014-12-29 12:50:06   [Reply] IP:117.205.154.★
you do not even have a proper email addres
you are so evasive
I AM RUNNING CHN
I GAVE INT CHN PERSON YR AWARD TO PENG
I WROTE ALL 100 PC POSITIVE GOOD THINGS ABOUT CHN
I HAVE SAVED CHN PEOPLE ALL WHILE FROM USA JPN IND IDN PLP VTM ETC
YET YOU FAILED TO EVEN WRITE HERE
PSA
Ian at 2013-09-15 01:37:11   [Reply] IP:24.77.168.★
Surely it must have been possible to find an English editor by now.
Quathar Jacobs at 2013-06-19 19:44:21   [Reply] IP:196.211.89.★
Hi,
I am trying to send my details to the above e-mail address, however the mailbox is full. Is there an alternative address I can send my cover letter and CV to?
Regards,
Quathar
Vahab at 2013-04-30 20:53:51   [Reply] IP:117.204.123.★
I"m from India. I have been working as an English teacher for a long time in various Educational institutions. This teaching has given me a great opportunity to know more about English language, authors, editorials, stories, articles etc....
So, I am sure that i can really write for your papers.
Fujian Ren at 2013-04-17 02:01:22   [Reply] IP:183.171.174.★
Why English Native Speaker? I am a Chinese who lives in Malaysia and I have worked in Australia as a Sub-Editor in a News Ltd newspaper. My English is better than many Caucasian Native English Speaker in Australia. When I grew up in Malaysia as a kid, I learned to speak Fujian Hokkien, English and Malay at the same time as my parents could speak all three of the above. Eventually, I was educated in a school when the medium of instruction is English. That is why I can speak English as well as a C... (More details.)
RP at 2013-03-10 08:47:42   [Reply] IP:221.0.131.★
Non-native speakers will almost always have some difficulty in fully grasping a new language. It would be strange to hire a non-native Chinese speaker as the Chinese language editor, wouldn"t it?
By the way, it is "discrimination against", not "discrimination on", and it would be better to say "Then why do Chinese people undertake degrees in English?".
HsunTze at 2013-02-18 15:31:19   [Reply] IP:49.125.105.★
I agree with elee that applicants should be advised the results of their applications.
I also feel that there should be meritocrisy in the selection procedures and that non native English applicants should be fairly considered based on their qualifications.
I believe China does not need that many native English teachers.
PD User at 2013-02-10 12:38:05   [Reply] IP:99.9.32.★
It"s not discrimination. To be at en editor/proofreader level of a non-native language, one"s fluency must be absolutely PERFECT. And, judging by your response here, I can tell you wouldn"t be good at the job.
Michael Casey at 2013-02-06 18:26:13   [Reply] IP:90.192.92.★
I"m a English native speaker,with a Shanghai wife and 2 bilingual daughters. I am also a writer, I would love to write for your newspaper, mainly I write humorous pieces about our family life here in Birmingham England. I have just received 4453 views for a sample chapter of my 6th book which I posted on Funny or Die, google "michaelgcasey" and you will find it. I have also written a 500page comic novel which would go down well in China, either in English or in translation. samples can also be... (More details.)
tomb at 2013-02-05 02:15:00   [Reply] IP:216.223.235.★
So far the "English" I"ve read here has been excellent. I wondered if it had not been written in the U.S.
Alex at 2013-02-02 09:01:14   [Reply] IP:113.110.165.★
At least you could try with asian back grounds also.
PD User at 2013-01-25 23:00:33   [Reply] IP:175.141.177.★
Why the discrimination on NON NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER? Then for what chinese people takes up a degree in English? You tell me?
elee at 2013-01-24 18:39:24   [Reply] IP:183.39.14.★
It is hoped that english@people.cn will respond to applicants whether acceptable or successful or not which is an important ethical practice around the world. Many had complained about mainland Chinese folks for such poor ethic where unsuccessful applicants were left without a word of thanks or regret because "employers" asked for applicants. In other word, there must be a reciprocal response and appreciation for applicants" efforts, time and interests in you.
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