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I think this is worth reading for the comments from the Chinese side
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?
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:
- the group of Wikipedia have 38724 members
- the group of Baidu Baike have 10 members
- the group of Hudong have 5 members
I have to say they have communities with no activity outside their own website.