Talk:China Youth Daily

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To the people working on this page, please make sure for the links at the bottom, you put in English names for what they link to. chinese is fine, as long as you give it English too. Remember, this is the English version. Thanks. Fuzheado 07:58, 17 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Dear Fuzheado, I did not realize you edited this article until I saw the talk page. Geraldshields11 (talk) 19:50, 3 June 2014 (UTC)

Li Xue Qian[edit]

Hi! This sentence seems to be saying that Li Xue Qian (李學謙) has been editor for over 50 years. If so, please make it clearer. If not, please make it clearer. If "50 years" has nothing to do with the editor, may be better to simply make it a separate sentence.

"it has been operating for over 50 years since 1951 while the chief editor is Li Xue Qian (李學謙)"

Scott McNay 01:53, 2004 Feb 18 (UTC)

China Youth Online[edit]

You mention that "China Youth Online" is a website, but it's not linked, either to the website or to another wiki page.

Also, "Like China Youth Daily, CYOL channels for education, people, military, networks, life and service information." does not make sense, unless "channels" is being used as a verb, which may be technically correct but sounds very strange.

Scott McNay 02:18, 2004 Feb 18 (UTC)