Updated: 2011-11-28 07:50
Story leaves many things unsaid
Comment on "Students sell ova in black market" (China Daily, Nov 14)
The story fails to give us some basic information, such as the current laws, if any, in China on the subject. In many countries, women selling ova would be doing nothing illegal. In some countries, such as Canada, women can donate their ova, but not sell them for money. Women sell ova because some couples need them. In many countries, couples in need would have been able to obtain them from women in exchange for money or for free.
Anita, on China Daily website
More than safety check needed
Comment on "Safety check urged for school buses" (China Daily, Nov 18)
The authorities should do more than just try to prevent vehicles from overloading in rural areas, because overloading is rampant in even cities. For example, most of the buses in cities are overloaded, forcing many people to stand.
It seems overloading has become a way of life in the transport sector, and the authorities have not done enough to solve the problem.
James Reibel, on China Daily website
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(China Daily 11/28/2011 page9)