Letters to the Editor
I am appalled at the amount of flesh on show in the photo accompanying your up-coming News-in-brief article about Puyi's granddaughter. I demand that the image be withdrawn! What if children were to find this photo? Imagine the damage it would do in their little heads! It is degrading to women and it is exploiting a poor girl in Hong Kong!
Get your acts together!
Arabella Green, Editor - gou-rou.com
Ooo dear! I don't remember writing that. Nor can I explain why I have linked to the offending page here. Equally surprising is that I didn't just delete it when I found I had sent it some time on Saturday night.
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As you can see, this email purports to be from one "Heath Hines", and at first we thought this was a piece of weird spam. But then we took a closer look and we now realise that what happened was Johannes Neubacher accidentally sent his column for this month's Time Out to the wrong address.
I read about the sandstorms in Beijing. I hope you are all ok. I read about the sand on the news website my friends showed me. There were pictures. The sand looked very yellow, I hope it has not caused you any respiratory problems. My ayi said you should all wear those masks that make you look like Moomins when you are walking around outside.
All the best,
Leon Edwooaadz, Shanghai
p.s. I am going to visit my family in London soon. I am flying back next week on Air China and my mum said we could go to the dinosaur exhibition at the Natural History Museum. Hooray!