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I think this is worth reading for the comments from the Chinese side

http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/10/14/wiki.china/index.html

Philg8801:04, 21 October 2009

Hi, Phil. Could you explain more on this? What make you think the comments from the Chinese side is interesting? For William Chang and Pan's statement - "No reason for China to use Wikipedia" and "We know the market better" - do they have any proofs?

Mountain02:28, 21 October 2009
 

While I can give some proof for why William Chang and Pan's statement is nonsense. In Douban.com, one famous online community in China, you will find below fact:

I have to say they have communities with no activity outside their own website.

Mountain02:42, 21 October 2009
 

Mountain, I mean exactly what you do in your following comments. The attitude is generally "We don't need Wikipedia". This is the major mindset that we need to address and find a way to convince them otherwise.

59.50.211.23623:06, 22 October 2009