Contact Me

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2 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Ryan Allen

    Hi,

    My name is Ryan Allen, I work for the More Good Foundation, an organization that shares the gospel online. I really liked your article about the Hunger Games, and as the Chinese department lead here I’m wondering if you would allow us to translate your article into Chinese for our site momenjiao.com (translation: mormonchurch.com). Occasionally with permission we translate third party articles such as yours, and each time it generates good traffic and helps our cause to put positive content on the net for the Chinese people. I think the young adults of Hong Kong and Taiwan would really like this. Of course we’d link this article back to your blog.
    Let me know what you think, and thanks again for the great article.

    Best Regards,


    Ryan Allen
    Chinese Lead
    More Good Foundation
    “Using the New Net to Gather the Elect!”
    1569 N Technology Way Bldg A-Suite 1100
    Orem, UT 84097
    http://www.moregoodfoundation.org

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    1. Malcolm Ravenclaw Post author

      I’m honored by the request! Please feel free to translate the article, I hope it creates new missionary opportunities in China and Taiwan!

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