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H-ASIA *********************************** From: Faith_Huang@idg.com Dear friends, The_Harvard China Review_ is a comprehensive journal that focuses exclusively on the contemporary transformation in China. Our goal is to report what is happening in China accurately and objectively and to foster a better mutual understanding between China and the outside world. The _Harvard China Review_ provides an in-depth analysis and insights from some of the world's foremost experts. By presenting different perspectives on China's economy, culture, society and law, the _Harvard China Review_ offers an objective and comprehensive portrait of today's China as well as cutting-edge insights into China's future. In the first issue of the_ Harvard China Review_, you will find exciting interviews with Nobel laureates, a symposium with world top economists, and case studies on multinational companies' business experience in China. In the next issue of the _Harvard China Review_, we will publish articles on the restructuring of China's financial sector, the development of China's legal system, cultural comparison between Shanghai and Hong Kong, and environment protection in China. The _Harvard China Review_ is staffed by a group of professionals and students who care about China. They devote their time, energy and enthusiasm to the journal so as to make it a bridge to connect China and the rest of the world. To reach that goal, we also need your help and support. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com with any questions or comments. You are also welcome to visit our website http://www.harvardchina.org for the web version of our journal, our conference series, update news and more information about the _Harvard China Review_. We look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Bo li , Lee Zhang Co-Presidents