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New Year greetings to netizens

(People's Daily Online)

09:00, January 01, 2012

Dear netizens,

Thank you for your long-lasting attention and support. Seeing the old year out and a new one in, we wish all our readers great success, good health and happy family in the coming year.

In the coming Chinese New Year, we may launch a brand new online Forum, the "Mad Mud". The interactive platform will encompass a wide range of content, including a language learning column and an online social networking community.

We hope interested readers would pay attention to our new Forum and fire away with any questions or comments.

May all our readers have a fruitful new year.


People’s Daily Online English Division


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