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  1. On this Wikipedia the language links are at the top of the page across from the article title. Go to top. Contents move to sidebar (Top) 1 History 2 Naming 3 Community 3.1 Administrators 3.2 Meetings 3.3 State persecution of volunteers 4 Automatic conversion between traditional and simplified Chinese characters 4.1 Original situation 4.2 Solution

  2. 中文维基百科成立于2002年10月24日,由 非營利組織 维基媒体基金会 维持运作。 截至2023年1月27日,中文维基百科共有1,332,383篇 条目 ,3,306,648名用户,67名 管理员 。 自2015年起,中文维基百科在 中国大陆 再次遭到 防火长城 封锁 [1] [2] 。 即使中文維基百科在中国大陸被封锁,但它的活躍度仍然可以在维基百科所有語種中排名前十,截至2021年8月,中文维基百科的活跃維基人數量在維基百科所有語種中排名第8,該站的維基人主要來自台湾、香港、澳门、新加坡、马来西亚和其他地區的华人华侨。 [3] 中文维基百科的瀏覽量主要來自香港和台灣。 [4] 目录 1 概况 1.1 中文名的来源 1.2 秉承维基百科的特点 1.3 与其他语言版本的差异 2 历史

  3. Mandarin Chinese or simply Mandarin (/ ˈ m æ n d ər ɪ n / (); simplified Chinese: 官话; traditional Chinese: 官話; pinyin: Guānhuà; literally: "speech of officials") is the language of government and education of the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, with the notable exceptions of Hong Kong and Macau where a local dialect of Chinese called Cantonese is more often used.

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    Started:May 2001; content in Chinese added since October 2002 Current size:1,327,002 articles Total edits:74,976,883 Active editors:8,140 in the past month Areas of strength 1. Multiple writing systems for simplified/traditional Chinese (see below) 2. Popular culture of Greater China 3. Retractable sidebar for legacy Vector skinenabled for all user...

    Blocked and unblocked by the People's Republic of China
    January 2005 - new Chinese mapping software
    August 2006 - First ever Chinese Wikimedia conference in Hong Kong
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  5. Chinese [c] ( 中文; Zhōngwén, [d] especially when referring to written Chinese) is a group of languages spoken natively by the ethnic Han Chinese majority and many minority ethnic groups in Greater China. About 1.3 billion people (or approximately 16% of the world's population) speak a variety of Chinese as their first language. [2]

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    Chinese language, a group of related languages spoken predominantly in China, sharing a written script (Chinese characters in traditional and simplified forms) Standard Chinese, the standard form of Mandarin Chinese in Mainland China, similar to forms of Mandarin Chinese in Taiwan and Singapore

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