CHN-STUDENT last edited by CHN-STUDENT
@Meta-Chuh Hi Because of TaiWan problem, Taiwan’s flag is different from mainland China, and We often say Chinese means China ,so we think it is not appropriate to use the Taiwan flag to represent Chinese.
This is China (People’s Republic of China) 's flag:
This is taiwan’s flag:
gstavi last edited by
Maybe the author is demonstrating his personal opinion on the conflict on purpose.
CHN-STUDENT last edited by
Np++ is a good software. But we believe that it is not appropriate to use a national flag to represent all countries that use the language. And we think when referring to a language, general standards should be used like zh-cn or zh-tw . A good software should not cause ambiguity
Alan Kilborn last edited by
It seems the author has decided to do it the way it currently is. Best to let it go.
donho last edited by
Like it or not:
Taurus分身 last edited by
The Crash and Burn of Dolce & Gabbana
Racism and arrogance about China has imperiled the brand.
Use this flag, this is the original version of the modern Chinese flag.
MR ABALONE last edited by
TechTeam-XFX last edited by
Language should not have a nationality, Traditional Chinese mostly is used by Taiwan and HongKong, the contributor should be from Taiwan. Someone should translate this into Simplify Chinse and post it and use whatever Flag they prefer to use.
“Stupid is as stupid does” When you said somebody stupid, you are not too far from that too.
Taylor T last edited by
I understand that, the author has complete freedom to decide which flag should he use. But i want to stress that Taiwan has always been one part of China, and it’s so confusing to show a province’s flag instead of the country’s flag.
周西貝 last edited by
There are two variants of Chinese, the simplified one mainly used in Mainland and the traditional(inherited) one in other regions. It obvious that the two variants should be presented by different icons considering different adopting regions. While it is not suitable to use Hong Kong SAR flag here because it is not a national flag and Hong Kong is not equivalent to the word “Mainland”, in most cases Traditional Chinese is represented by the national flag used in Taiwan.(For me it is the flag to Republic of China rather than that to Taiwan)
The question is the traditional variant is simply called “Chinese” with Simplified Chinese and the flag of PRC after it. So the author maybe preferring the traditional variant and think only this could represent Chinese.
Again in most cases, using the flag to ROC(Taiwan) for region differentiation is common and practical. This measure may be doubtful in Mainland but this is an international website.
I come from mainland China, and I love traditional Chinese.
Kaya Tilakkhana last edited by
@CHN-STUDENT Wow! The PRC flag is SOO much bigger!
Kaya Tilakkhana last edited by
It’s not the “province’s” flag. It’s the Chinese country flag, according to many millions of people who dispute the legitimacy of the CCP as the voice of the Chinese people.