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您 Herdict?

That’s Chinese for “Do you Herdict?”  Since the launch of Herdict Web, we’ve had a great number of visitors from China (over 5,000 to be exact!), and with our latest release of Herdict Web Chinese, we expect to see many more.

Herdict visitors come from all over China!

Herdict visitors come from all over China!

Over the past week since Herdict Chinese became available, we’ve had a number of new sites reported to Herdict, including a blog, the Arabic version of Global Voices Online, and the Taiwanese YouTube site.  We look forward to seeing how our Chinese users will utilize the site.

Although Herdict Web is currently only available in English, Chinese, and Arabic, we plan to eventually translate it into a multitude of languages.  Have a suggestion?  Don’t hesitate to contact us at contact [at] herdict [dot] org.

About the Author: Jillian York

Jillian C. York is the Project Coordinator for the OpenNet Initiative and the part of the Herdict team that you should contact if you have any questions about other-language instances of the site or international press. She created most of the textual content on the site, so if you spot something funny, let her know! She's also the face behind the @Herdict Twitter feed.

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