This is from my talk slides (which I'm revising):
(I have some students here helping me debug this.)
I'm concerned about the three 的s being excessive here. They all seem required, so I don't know if this is actually a problem (and maybe it should just be left alone); perhaps it's a matter of inelegance. But maybe there's a grammatical way of reducing the 的s.
Question: Are too many 的s for multiple adjectives a problem?
I'm interested in the answer in general (as this comes up a lot), as well as for my specific sentence above.
There's a related question here What are the rules in Chinese for adjective order when multiple adjectives describe a noun, but it doesn't address the "large number of 的s" problem.