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The Chinese Wikipedia traditional Chinese: 中文維基百科; simplified Chinese: 中文维基百科; pinyin: Zhōngwén Wéijī Bǎikē is the Standard Chinese language edition of Wikipedia, run by the Wikimedia Foundation Started on 11 May 2001, the Chinese Wikipedia currently has about 911,000 articles and about 2,314,000 registered users, of which 82 have administrative privileges

The Chinese Wikipedia is the fourth largest online Chinese encyclopedia after Hudong Baike 互动百科, Baidu Baike 百度百科 and Soso Baike 搜搜百科


  • 1 History
  • 2 Naming
  • 3 Community
    • 31 Origin of edits
    • 32 Origin of readers
    • 33 Administrators
    • 34 Meetings
    • 35 Systemic bias
  • 4 Automatic conversion between traditional and simplified Chinese characters
    • 41 Original situation
    • 42 Solution
  • 5 Differences with other versions of Wikipedia
  • 6 Wikipedias in other varieties of Chinese
  • 7 Blocking of Wikipedia
    • 71 First block
    • 72 Second block
    • 73 Third block and temporary unblocks
  • 8 Self-censorship allegations
  • 9 Competitors
  • 10 See also
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links


The Chinese Wikipedia was established along with 12 other Wikipedias in May 2001 At the beginning, however, the Chinese Wikipedia did not support Chinese characters, and had no encyclopedic content

In October 2002, the first Chinese-language page was written, the Main Page A software update on October 27, 2002 allowed Chinese language input The domain was set to be zhwikipediaorg On November 17, 2002, the user Mountain translated the Computer science article into zh:计算机科学, thus creating its first real encyclopedic article

In order to accommodate the orthographic differences between simplified Chinese characters and traditional Chinese characters or Orthodox Chinese, from 2002 to 2003, the Chinese Wikipedia community gradually decided to combine the two originally separate versions of the Chinese Wikipedia The first running automatic conversion between the two orthographic representations started on December 23, 2004, with the MediaWiki 14 release The needs from Hong Kong and Singapore were taken into account in the MediaWiki 142 release, which made the conversion table for zh-sg default to zh-cn, and zh-hk default to zh-tw

In its early days, most articles on the Chinese Wikipedia were translated from the English version The first five sysops, or administrators, were promoted on June 14, 2003

Wikipedia was first introduced by the mainland Chinese media in the newspaper China Computer Education 中国电脑教育报 on October 20, 2003, in the article, "I join to write an encyclopedia" 我也来写百科全书 On May 16, 2004, Wikipedia was first reported by Taiwanese media in the newspaper China Times Since then, many newspapers have published articles about the Chinese Wikipedia, and several sysops have been interviewed by journalists

Ivan Zhai of the South China Morning Post wrote that the blocks from the Mainland authorities in the 2000s stifled the growth of the Chinese Wikipedia, and that by 2013 there was a new generation of users originating from the Mainland who were taking efforts to make the Chinese Wikipedia grow In 2013, there were 14 million registered users on the Chinese Wikipedia, and in July 2013 7,500 of these users were active, with most of them originating from Hong Kong and Taiwan 715,000 entries for the Chinese Wikipedia, making it the 12th largest Wikipedia


The Chinese name of Wikipedia was decided on October 21, 2003, following a vote The name simplified Chinese: 维基百科; traditional Chinese: 維基百科; pinyin: Wéijī Bǎikē means "Wiki Encyclopedia" The Chinese transcription of "Wiki" is composed of two characters: 維/维, whose ancient sense refers to 'ropes or webs connecting objects', and alludes to the 'Internet'; and 基, meaning the 'foundations of a building', or 'fundamental aspects of things in general' The name can be interpreted as 'the encyclopedia that connects the fundamental knowledge of humanity'

The most common Chinese translation for wiki technology is 維基/维基; however, it can be 維客/维客 literally "dimension visitor" or similar or 圍紀/围纪 literally "circle/enclose period/record" or similar, which are also transcriptions of the word "wiki" As a result, the term 維基/维基 has become associated exclusively with Wikimedia projects

The Chinese Wikipedia also has a subtitle: 海納百川,有容乃大/海纳百川,有容乃大 It means, "The sea encompasses a hundred rivers; it has capacity ie is willing to accept all and is thus great" The subtitle is the first half of a couplet composed by the Qing Dynasty official Lin Zexu


Page view statistics as of July 2012

In April 2016, the project had 2127 active editors who made at least five edits in that month

Chinese Wikipedia contributors come from a variety of backgrounds Just as English Wikipedia tends to be more detailed in western-related topics, the Chinese Wikipedia has very detailed descriptions of China-related topics Within that region, the Chinese Wikipedia tends to be more detailed in topics about Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the wealthy east coast provinces of mainland China

Also due to the geographical origin of its participants, the most discussed and debated topics on the Chinese Wikipedia are political issues about Chinese modern period history For example, the six most edited articles as of August 2007 were Taiwan, Chinese culture, China, Mao Zedong, Chiang Kai-shek, and Hong Kong, in that order In contrast, issues such as the Israel-Palestinian conflict are much less contentious

Due to the audience base, Wikipedians from Mainland, Taiwan, and other areas had engaged in editing conflicts over political topics related to Cross-Straits relations


As of August 2014, there are 83 administrators, or sysops They are all elected by Chinese Wikipedians Most of them come from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan There are also a few who come from the United States, Singapore, and Japan


2013 Winter-Break-Meetup, Dalian, Liaoning, China

The first Chinese Wikipedian meeting was held in Beijing on July 25, 2004 Since then, Chinese Wikipedians from different regions have held many gatherings in Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian, Shenyang, Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Taiwan Currently, a regular meetup is held once every two weeks in Shanghai, Taipei and Hong Kong, and once every month in Tainan City, Taiwan In July 2006, Taiwanese Wikipedians also held a "travelling meetup", travelling by train through four Taiwanese cities over a period of two days In August 2006, Hong Kong hosted the first annual Chinese Wikimedia Conference

Chinese Wikipedians advertise Wikipedia in different ways Many of them use weibo, a Chinese socializing website similar to Twitter Several Chinese Wikipedians created the Wikipedia monthly magazine, or journal, called "The Wikipedians" in December 2012, which is currently published once a month

Systemic bias

In order to avoid systemic bias, editors are advised to avoid writing from the point of view of China or any other country/region; to avoid using terms such as 我国/我國 "our country"; referring to the People's Republic of China or the Republic of China, depending on viewpoint, 本港 "this port"; referring to Hong Kong, or 本澳 "this Macau", referring to Macau; and instead, to refer to locations in the Chinese-speaking sphere or periods in Chinese history by explicitly stating China eg "Yunnan province, China", instead of just "Yunnan province"

Automatic conversion between traditional and simplified Chinese characters

Original situation

Originally, there were virtually two Chinese Wikipedias under the names of "zh" or "zh-cn" and "zh-tw" Generally, users from regions that used Traditional Chinese characters such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau wrote and edited articles using Traditional Chinese characters whereas those from regions that used Simplified Chinese characters such as mainland China, Singapore, and Malaysia wrote using Simplified Chinese characters Many articles had two uncoordinated versions; for example, there was both a Traditional 法國 and Simplified 法国 article on France Further exacerbating the problem were differences in vocabulary particularly nouns and writing systems, between mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore that developed through their relative lack of communications during much of the 20th century For example, a computer printer is called 打印机 in mainland China, but 印表機 in Taiwan


To avoid this near-forking of the project, starting around January 2005, the Chinese Wikipedia began providing a server-side mechanism to automatically convert different characters and vocabulary items into the user's local ones, according to the user's preference settings, which may be set to one of two settings that convert the script only, or one of five settings that also take into account regional vocabulary differences:

Variant's name Chinese name iso Effect
Simplified 简体 zh-Hans
Traditional 繁體 zh-Hant
Simplified and using Mainland Chinese terms 大陆简体 zh-CN
Traditional and using Taiwanese terms 台灣正體 zh-TW
Simplified and using Singaporean and Malaysian terms 马新简体 zh-SG
Traditional and using Hong Kong terms 香港繁體 zh-HK
Traditional and using Macau terms 澳門繁體 zh-MO
NB: the user can also choose to read each article in whichever script it is stored in, without conversion
For more information, see :

meta:Automatic conversion between simplified and traditional Chinese

Conversion is done through a set of character conversion tables that may be edited by administrators To provide an alternative means to harmonize the characters when the server-side converters fail to work properly, a special template was created to manually convert characters and article titles in one specific page

Furthermore, page title conversion is used for automatic page redirection Those articles previously named in different characters or different translations have been merged, and can be reached by means of both Traditional and Simplified Chinese titles

Differences with other versions of Wikipedia

According to a survey conducted between April 2010 and March 2011, edits to the Chinese Wikipedia were 378% from Taiwan, 262% from Hong Kong, 177% from Mainland China, 61% from United States and 23% from Canada

Many editing controversies arise from current and historical political events in Chinese-speaking regions, such as the political status of Taiwan, North Korea's nuclear weapons, and the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

  • Speedy deletion works in a similar way to the policy on the English Wikipedia, but proposed deletion is unavailable

Wikipedias in other varieties of Chinese

The countries in which the Chinese Wikipedia is the most popular language version of Wikipedia are shown in blue Other countries are shown in yellow Chinese Wikipedia Page view ratio by country between March, 2012 to February, 2013

The Chinese Wikipedia is based on written vernacular Chinese, the official Chinese written language in all Chinese-speaking regions, including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore This register is largely associated with the grammar and vocabulary of Standard Chinese, the official spoken language of mainland China, Taiwan, and Singapore but not exclusively of Hong Kong and Macau, which largely use Cantonese

The varieties of Chinese are a diverse group encompassing many regional varieties, most of which are mutually unintelligible and often divided up into several larger dialect groups, such as Wu, Min Nan of which Taiwanese is a notable dialect, and Cantonese In regions that speak non-Mandarin languages or regional Mandarin dialects, the Vernacular Chinese standard largely corresponding to Standard Chinese is nevertheless used exclusively as the Chinese written standard; this written standard differs sharply from the local dialects in vocabulary and grammar, and is often read in local pronunciation but preserving the vocabulary and grammar of Standard Chinese After the founding of Wikipedia, many users of non-Mandarin Chinese varieties began to ask for the right to have Wikipedia editions in non-Mandarin varieties as well However, they also met with significant opposition, based on the fact that Mandarin-based Vernacular Chinese is the only form used in scholarly or academic contexts Some also proposed the implementation of an automatic conversion program similar to that between Simplified and Traditional Chinese; however, others pointed out that although conversion between Simplified and Traditional Chinese consists mainly of glyph and sometimes vocabulary substitutions, different regional varieties of Chinese differ so sharply in grammar, syntax, and semantics that it was unrealistic to implement an automatic conversion program

Objections notwithstanding, it was determined that these Chinese varieties were sufficiently different from Standard Chinese and had a sufficiently large number of followers to justify the creation of six Wikipedias for different varieties

Edition name WP code Variety Writing system
Minnan Wikipedia zh-min-nan: Min Nan Hokkien, and using Taiwanese as its standard Latin Pe̍h-ōe-jī and
Cantonese Wikipedia zh-yue: Yue Chinese, and using Cantonese ie the Guangzhou/Hong Kong dialect as its standard Traditional and Simplified
Mindong Wikipedia cdo: Mindong, and using the Fuzhou dialect as its standard Latin Bàng-uâ-cê and Traditional
Wu Wikipedia wuu: Wu, and using the Shanghai dialect, the Suzhou dialect, and classical Wu literature as its standards Simplified
Hakka Wikipedia hak: Hakka, and using the Siyen dialect as its standard Latin Pha̍k-fa-sṳ and
Gan Wikipedia gan: Gan, and using the Nanchang dialect as its standard Traditional and Simplified

Finally, requests were also made, and granted, to create a Classical Chinese Wikipedia zh-classical:, based on Classical Chinese, an archaic register of Chinese with grammar and vocabulary drawn from classical works, and used in all official contexts until the early 20th century, when it was displaced by the Vernacular Chinese standard

All of the above Wikipedias have sidestepped the Traditional/Simplified Chinese issue The Wu Wikipedia uses Simplified Chinese exclusively, and the Classical Chinese Wikipedia uses Traditional Chinese exclusively The Gan and Cantonese Wikipedias default to Traditional, but have a conversion function similar to the Chinese Wikipedia The Min Nan Wikipedia uses Pe̍h-ōe-jī The Mindong Wikipedia and Hakka Wikipedias currently use Bàng-uâ-cê and Pha̍k-fa-sṳ respectively, which can be converted to Traditional Chinese characters, thus avoiding the issue completely

Blocking of Wikipedia

Main article: Blocking of Wikipedia in mainland China See also: The Great Firewall § Efforts at breaking through

The People's Republic of China and internet service providers in Mainland China have adopted a practice of blocking contentious Internet sites in mainland China, and Wikimedia sites have been blocked at least three times in its history

On May 19, 2015 Chinese Wikipedia was blocked again within mainland China

First block

The first block lasted from June 2-June 21, 2004 It began when access to the Chinese Wikipedia from Beijing was blocked on the 15th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

Possibly related to this, on May 31 an article from the IDG News Service was published, discussing the Chinese Wikipedia's treatment of the protests The Chinese Wikipedia also has articles related to Taiwan independence, written by contributors from Taiwan and elsewhere A few days after the initial block of the Chinese Wikipedia, all Wikimedia sites were blocked in mainland China In response to the blocks, two moderators prepared an appeal to lift the block and asked their regional internet service provider to submit it All Wikimedia sites were unblocked between June 17 and June 21, 2004 One month later, the first Chinese Wikipedian moderators' meeting was held in Beijing on July 25, 2004

The first block had an effect on the vitality of the Chinese Wikipedia, which suffered sharp dips in various indicators, such as the number of new users, the number of new articles, and the number of edits In some cases, it took anywhere from 6 to 12 months in order to regain the stats from May 2004 On the other hand, on today's site, some of the articles are put under protection which may last for a month or more without any actions

Second block

The second and less serious outage lasted between September 23 and September 27, 2004 During this 4-day period, access to Wikipedia was erratic or unavailable to some users in mainland China — this block was not comprehensive and some users in mainland China were never affected The exact reason for the block is a mystery Chinese Wikipedians once again prepared a written appeal to regional ISPs, but the block was lifted before the appeal was actually sent, for an unknown reason

Third block and temporary unblocks

The third block began on October 19, 2005, and there was no indication as to whether this block was temporary or permanent, or what the reasons or causes for this block were According to the status page currently maintained on the Chinese Wikipedia, the Florida and Korea servers were blocked, whereas the Paris and Amsterdam servers were not Dozens of editors from across mainland China reported that they could only access Wikipedia using proxy servers, although there were isolated reports that some users could access Wikipedia without using a proxy Most Chinese people were not able to connect to the site at all

During October and November 2006, it first appeared that the site was unblocked again Many conflicting reports came from news outlets, bloggers, and Wikipedians, reporting a possible partial or full unblocking of Wikipedia Some reports indicated a complete unblock; others suggested that some sensitive topics remained blocked, and yet others suggested that the Chinese Wikipedia was blocked whereas other-language versions were not From November 17 onwards, the complete block was once again in place

On June 15, 2007, China lifted the block for several articles, only to then block an increasing number of articles On 30 August 2007, all blocks were lifted, but then a block was placed on Wikipedia for all languages on 31 August 2007 As of 26 January 2008, all languages of Wikipedia were blocked, and as of 2 April 2008, the block was lifted

By 5 April 2008, the Chinese Wikipedia became difficult to access from the Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou Connections to the Chinese Wikipedia were completely blocked as of April 6, 2008 Any attempt to access the Chinese Wikipedia resulted in a 60-second ban on all Wikimedia websites However, users were able to log on to the Chinese Wikipedia using https All other languages were accessible, but politically sensitive searches such as Tibet were still blocked

On 3 July 2008, the government lifted the ban on accessing the Chinese Wikipedia However, some parts are still inaccessible On July 31, 2008, BBC reported that the Chinese Wikipedia had been unblocked that day in China; it had still been blocked the previous day This came within the context of foreign journalists arriving in Beijing to report on the upcoming Olympic Games, and websites like the Chinese edition of the BBC were being unblocked following talks between the International Olympic Committee and the Games' Chinese organizers

Self-censorship allegations

In December 2006, the International Herald Tribune Asia-Pacific published an article saying that sensitive topics got subdued treatment on the Chinese Wikipedia

But on sensitive questions of China's modern history or on hot-button issues, the Chinese version diverges so dramatically from its English counterpart that it sometimes reads as if it were approved by the censors themselves

For some, the Chinese version of Wikipedia was intended as just such a resource, but its tame approach to sensitive topics has sparked a fierce debate in the world of online mavens over its objectivity and thoroughness

On the evidence of entries like this, for the moment, the fight over editorial direction of Wikipedia in Chinese is being won by enthusiasts who practice self-censorship

On December 1, 2006, The New York Times published another report by Howard W French, titled "Wikipedia lays bare two versions of China's past"

Some say the object should be to spread reliable information as widely as possible, and that, in any case, self-censorship is pointless because the government still frequently blocks access to Wikipedia for most Chinese Internet users 'There is a lot of confusion about whether they should obey the neutral point of view or offer some compromises to the government,' said Isaac Mao, a well-known Chinese blogger and user of the encyclopedia 'To the local Wikipedians, the first objective is to make it well known among Chinese, to get people to understand the principles of Wikipedia step by step, and not to get the thing blocked by the government

The report was subsequently repeated by CBS and by Chinese-language media outlets such as the Apple Daily in Taiwan

Since then Chinese Wikipedians have tried to clarify the situation One Chinese Wikipedian sent a comment that was subsequently published in the Apple Daily Taiwan The comment stated that:

control over our content does not stem from any political motive, and we try to the extent of our abilities even if we cannot do it perfectly to prevent the influence of ideology; the motive, goal, and standards of control are very clear: to create an encyclopedia with rich content, good quality, and open copyright All of our editing and deletion policies stem from this There is no doubt about this point, and this will not change under any political pressure or personal beliefs

Regarding the description of Mao Zedong on the Chinese Wikipedia, one can simply go online and see for oneself; in order to understand the operation of Wikipedia or to edit it oneself, just a few more mouse clicks would suffice As Wikipedia continues to attract awareness, the number of users is increasing, and the media has increased interest in Wikipedia as well Unfortunately, even a reputable international media source such as the New York Times was unable to find out the actual situation before passing biased judgment on Wikipedia We can also see here that in quoting media overseas, even a notable one, one must still be cautious and check once again for oneself Translated

In another email addressed to the Wikimedia Foundation mailing list, a Chinese Wikipedian stated:

1 Chinese Wikipedia has and conforms to a high standard of NPOV, and Chinese Wikipedians take this policy seriously

2 There is no such thing called "self-censorship" at Chinese Wikipedia; indeed any intention for such practice at Chinese Wikipedia will be denounced by most Chinese Wikipedians

3 Chinese Wikipedia is written by people from various places of the world, including Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Asia, America, Europe, etc Indeed, editors from Mainland China are disproportionally scarce because of the current block obviously imposed by the PRC government though it never admitted that

Previous proposals to self-censor the Chinese Wikipedia in light of the P R Chinese government's censorship policies have been made before, but were overwhelmingly rejected by the community

In April 2010, Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao reported the large-scale censorship of contents about Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 and other Hong Kong related contents in which an administrator named "Shizhao" "百無一用是書生" aka "時昭" was involved The report also mentioned the failed recall of administrator

A follow-up also by Ming Pao interviewed Shizhao and he made a statement that he is not a member of 50 Cent Party He added that for controversial topics such as June 4, he should be a little more cautious In the interview he denied the attempt of deleting an article about Concert For Democracy In China, he just questioned the notability of the concert by adding a template to the article

However, he started a vote for deleting an article about a song criticizing Hong Kong government in 2007, enraging many Hong Kong netizens Shizhao added that, at the time, he had already edited more than 50,000 times, deleting several articles including Manual for Librarians He joked about the incident saying, "some may consider that is a kind of hate to libraries and hence is not suitable for monitoring Wikipedia"


On April 20, 2006, the online Chinese search engine company Baidu created Baidu Baike, an online encyclopedia that registered users can edit, pending administrator reviews The content of the encyclopedia is self-censored in accordance with the regulations of the People's Republic of China government Within weeks, the number of articles in Baidu Baike had surpassed that of the Chinese Wikipedia

As of October, 2009, Hudong Wiki surpassed Baidu Baike as China's largest online encyclopedia

Baidu Baike and Hudong are both commercial products Whereas the Chinese Wikipedia is released under the GNU Free Documentation License, Baidu Baike and Hudong are fully copyrighted by their ownership; contributors forfeit all rights upon submission However, Baidu Baike has been accused of "widespread copyright infringement" by mass-copying Wikipedia pages and incorporating them into Baidu Baike pages since 2007 see Wikipedia:Mirrors and forks/Baidu Baike for details

See also

  • China portal
  • Hong Kong portal
  • Macau portal
  • Taiwan portal
  • Singapore portal
  • Malaysia portal
  • Blocking of Wikipedia in mainland China
  • Chinese encyclopedias
  • Comprehensive technical information about automatic conversion on the Chinese Wikipedia between Simplified and Traditional Chinese
  • Golden Shield Project
  • How to start a new Wikipedia Wikimedia
  • List of Wikipedias Wikimedia
  • List of Wikipedias
  • Politics of the People's Republic of China
  • Wikipedia:Multilingual statistics
  • Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China


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External links

  • Chinese Chinese Wikipedia
  • Chinese Chinese Wikipedia mobile version
  • Chinese Wikimedia Conference 2006
  • Liao, Tan-Heng "Wikipedia in mainland China: the critical years of 2005-2008" Oxford Internet Suite Oxford University
  • Woo, Eva "China, Wikipedia, and Censorship's Perils" BusinessWeek October 20, 2007

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