User:Matthew Wai

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中文 / Chinese / Zhōngwén

《 Wai King Lung Matthew 》
Just try it; we (your community) will support you
Contact-new.svg Matthew Wai
Other roles:Translator for the Community Empowerment Collective
Languages:Chinese, English
Country:China Flag of China.svg
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This user was certified a Wiki Apprentice Level 2 by Pschlicht .

Quick Links

Matthew's Chinese translations on the Community Empowerment Collective website
Matthew's mentor
Community Empowerment
FAQs about Community Empowerment
The Community Empowerment Collective Society
Community Empowerment on WikiEducator
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  • Matthew volunteers for Community Empowerment as a translator and webpage editor.


  • Matthew is an amateur translator who has no paper qualifications.


  • Matthew is a native Chinese.


  • Matthew is interested in translation from Chinese into English, although he translates English into Chinese on the Community Empowerment website.


  • Matthew believes in Jesus. Red heart.JPG

Plan or Project for WikiEducator

  • So far, Matthew acts on Phil's advice.


Today is: Tuesday, 28 June 2022
The time is 13:13, Zulu (i.e. at Greenwich)

Frequent Contacts

Our little band and friends of Community Empowerment

WikiEducator News & Events

Tutorials and Events

Tips and Suggestions

Tips and Ideas

Notes from my Wikineighbours

Feedback2.png Please put your comments in the Discussion page.

Well done, Matthew. --Phil Bartle 12:21, 23 September 2010 (UTC)
(Comment.gif: Congratulations, Matthew, you have earned your Wiki Apprentice Level 2 certification. You should be proud. Warm wishes--Patricia Schlicht 16:00, 27 September 2010 (UTC))

My Sandbox

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Extra information

─► This page was copied from that of Phil Bartle originally; edited by Matthew Wai subsequently.
Coordinator Patricia Schlicht knows this because she is Phil Bartle's friend.


Matthew is learning how to edit a user page.   Thumb up.jpg

And learning very well, too. Now you can learn how to set up your Chinese page so you can put your OER translations on it. --Phil Bartle 13:31, 28 September 2010 (UTC)