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May 10, 2011

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yeah, I'm a chinese, "苹果" is the simplified chinese translation of Apple(for china mainland) and "蘋果" is the traditional chinese translation(for HongKong & TaiWan).

I just want to point out a small misunderstanding :
"It could roughly translate to something like "Apple" (short version) and "Apple Inc" (for the long version)."
More accurately, "苹果" is the simplified chinese translation of Apple and "蘋果" is the traditional chinese translation.

Thanks and keep up the good work btw.

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