Article: Traditional Chinese vs. Simplified Chinese
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Jianjun Zhang  Identity Verified
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Local time: 09:44
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Garbled text and truncated article May 19, 2006

As the author of this article, I am rather dismayed to find my article was truncated and displayed with garbled Chinese text. I hope Proz.com can rectify this problem as soon as possible so readers will continue to benefit from it.

Thanks!
Jianjun


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