We are excited and extremely happy to introduce our latest new website! GizChina.it!
Earlier this week we launched GizChina.es, our first non English site catering for Spanish speaking tech and Chinese phone enthusiasts! Today we continue to expand with the launch of our Italian language site GizChina.it!
GizChina.it will be ran by our Italian Editor Mario MCE. If you’re an Italian reader head over there now and check it out!
Gizchina News of the week
We have also set up:
After the launch of our Spanish site we were inundated with requests and offers from talented bloggers to launch GizChina in other languages and we can assure you more GizChina sites are on the way!
If you have sent us an email and we have not replied please don’t worry we have your details and will be in touch ASAP.
Philippine website please! 🙂 gizchina.ph? 🙂
Is umimobilemall.com a scam?
I don’t think they are official
Won’t these country specific sites complicate your daily life even more?
What is the real benefit?
It would if I were to write them all, but I’m not 🙂
isn’t it better to insert some google translate plugin. it will save a lot of unnesseary work
I guess for the people who speak and read these languages it would mean a lot……..long as the fellows running the sites are as passionate as the Andi is
Ottimo a sapersi, grazie!
Lo aspettavo da tempo!
Grazie mille! speriamo ora che qualche rivenditore italiano riservi degli sconti per il sito!
Gizchina.de (Germany) and gizchina.fr (France) are already stored at GoDaddy.com… But people who speak dutch, danish or swedish can still claim their website. But then again, most people from those countries do bother to speak another language.
Respect to the endeavour of going/being multilingual !
I’m not a talented blogger, but I’m a decent translator, could help if someone is interested in bringing gizchina to portuguese…
I would second that – does it really make sense to have different sites? Maybe it’s better to use the efforts to translate the posts.
Oh! Good news!
Greats fo it version ….
and a portuguese version is a good idea. (like) (: