Talk:Wikipedia making bread in China? Not so, but close
- I don't, but there's two things in its favour.
- For starters, there's tons of products in China that are one letter away from major name brands. Usually they're similar products, not websites and bread, but nevertheless...
- Second, Blognation is a fairly notable blog, so I assume their Chinese writers are just as respectable.
- But even if it were fake, we are presenting it by saying "blogs are reporting" this, not like the Britney Spears stuff, where none of the people republishing the story questioned it and rarely even referenced the original newspaper as the source. -- Zanimum 18:18, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
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|I think this is very funny. if they can't access Wikipedia virtually, at least they can eat it for breakfast :)|
This is Sandra Ordonez's quote, I've edited the rest out, as it basically was saying I should contact other people for the main question I had posed. -- Zanimum 18:45, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
Chinese Name Problem 
I've reverted to Bawolff's latest ver. because of naming problem is still uncertain and some sources just point out a little, for questions, please have a talk on this issue. Brock contact... 10:19, 25 November 2007 (UTC)
Mentioning Wikimedia's fundraiser 
Mentioning Wikimedia's fundraising in this unrelated articles does not seem to be a neutral point of view --Anonymous101 20:27, 5 December 2007 (UTC)
Plese add Wekipedia photo: Image:Wekipedia Bakery.JPG
--Shizhao 10:13, 8 February 2008 (UTC)