Articles appearing in the LA Times and a Chinese blog called Mr. 6 have precipitated a flurry of emails:
HELLO, Mr.JoshuaI am a Chinese young man and I read about your news on the newspaper. I am glad to hear that you have already find a job in such a disagreeable circumstance, while the same thing is happening in my country as well. Wish the bad period go away quickly.Chinese boy, Clementhello and schöne weihnachten aus rostock
wish you and your family and your friends a wonderful weihnachten and a happy new year 2009.
wünsche dir einen wunderschöne weihnachten und ein erfolgreiches neues jahr 2009.
was zählt, ist die gesundheit, der rest kommt von alleine. what counts is health, the rest will following. schöne grüße von der ostseeküste 101 grüße mario
werde zu silvester an dich denken und anstoßen mit nem glasl sekt.
will think to you on new years day and say prost !
Hello, I am a student from China, I have a magazine to see you in the street after the unemployment candidates story, I sympathize with you, hope you will soon find himself a satisfied with the work, I wish you Good luck. Want to be friends with you, I wish you good luck!I used the e-mail translation software is written, if there is an error, please excuse.
You dont know me, but I was impressed with a Photo of you on the WSJ were you are asking for work, how are things going? Have you had any luck finding a job?
Best wishes!!!!Oh, the media had made an advertisement for you, the whole world knows you. I wish you enjoy your work, Merry Christmas to you and your family.Hi Josh,Today I read of your story in the Los Angeles Times. Your perseverance was a great inspiration to us all. I am so glad your story had a happy ending. Merry Christmas to you and your family!WilliamLos Angelespersky (may be it's your name ), i saw you in our local newspaper hunting jobs.You know, you are such a brave man .i hope you can get through all your difficulties .cause I believe MIT grad is the best