The author proposes a contrastive learning framework for graph embedding. It first generates graph samples by applying several graph augmentation strategies (node trapping, edge perturbation, attribute masking and sub-graphing) to the original graph, and then maximize the agreements between the graph embeddings of the same graph under different argumentations. In other words, it aims to learn the perturbation-invariant embedding of graphs. Pro: 1. Although contrastive learning via data argumentation has been studied with other data types (e.g., images), adapting such idea to graphs-structured data is non-trivial and hence a novel contribution in this paper. 2. The empirical evaluation is extensive, and the analysis is insightful. 3. The paper is well written and easy to follow Cons: 1. A comparison of node- or edge-level embedding methods would increase the completeness of experiments. 2. More in-depth (theoretical) analysis/comparison of different argumentation strategies and contrastive losses would be a plus. 3. Two citations on contrastive learning framework are missing .  Kaiming He, et al., Momentum Contrast for Unsupervised Visual Representation Learning, CVPR 2020.  Herzig, et al., Learning Canonical Representations for Scene Graph to Image Generation, ECCV 2020.