From: Northwestern Georgia, USA
China: John remains on the offensive in China. When he "unleashed" his Korea offensive a few weeks ago, I knew it was in trouble from the start. Indeed, he scrubbed it quickly. I feel similar about Asia. John is still on the offensive in North China but his army is rather week and scattered and susceptible to counterattack and air attack. North China doesn't have the priority of Korea, so things will drag out a bit. But I'm pretty sure this is going to be a very Bulge-like offensive. Korea never made it that far.
Korea: Good Allied sweeps over Fusan. Sweeps of Nagasaki find no fighter opposition in daytime, though B-24s encounter stiff opposition at night. I think John is having more trouble allocating sufficient fighter cover. Tomorrow, Allied fighters will sweep Nagasaki, Fukuoka and Shimonoseki in numbers, and Liberators will hit Fukuoka airfield by day. I'm hoping to deal with enemy CAP and/or begin to find windows to strike in the daytime.
On the ground, a good Allied army is on the march from Gunzan to Moppo, Korea, which is lightly held. More reinforcements are in bound and, overall, the Allies are about to switch to a general offensive in Korea. Allied bombardment TFs are still doing good work around the Yellow sea against no opposition. The Yellow Sea is pretty much off limits to John's navy, unless and until he triggers a banzai attack.