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July 23, 2010


Its really a nice feeling to know that someone outside pakistan is thinking so good about it...Hats Off to you guys...

Hi Aurelie,

Great write up on Greg Mortenson's "Three Cups of Tea." I can definitely see its relevance to first year college students. As a supplement to the book, you might be interested in checking out Charlie Rose on Bloomberg Television tonight, as Greg will be one of the featured guests. If you are looking for preview, there's a clip of tonight's episode, including Greg's segment, posted on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/BloombergTelevision.

All the best,

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Thanks for the info, Meghan! Greg Mortenson's interview on Bloomberg Television sounds very interesting.

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