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Hi. I like the content you're adding (as long as it isn't Wikitravel:Copyvio cut and pasted from somewhere else verbatim), but please read Wikitravel:External links before adding more links to your website. Links to portals that are not official government portals are not allowed on this site. Sorry for the inconvenience.

If you have questions after reading the links I've provided for you (and while you're at it, please look at Wikitravel:Welcome, business owners), you may ask questions here or at Wikitravel:Travellers' Pub.

Ikan Kekek 03:05, 3 February 2012 (EST)

Dear Ikan Kekek,

Sorry for my ignorance of your external links policy. I just found your content is quite good but lack of some specific attractions introduction, so I add some my favorite articles link to share with all readers of wikitravel.org. These articles are quite authoritative, because they are from a site operated by a governmental sector in Hangzhou. Would you please remain what I added. I just want more friends to know China and Hangzhou...

Best regards

seeraa

It's a governmental website? Which ministry or other governmental office is it officially attached to? If it is in fact an official government website, and not just a private portal licensed by the Chinese government to operate, then the links should stay, with one exception: When there is or can be a link to the official website for the attraction in question. Anyway, I'm sorry if I was in error, but if there was any notice on your site that it was directly connected to any branch of the Chinese government or any provincial government, I missed it, so please do advise. Ikan Kekek 03:24, 3 February 2012 (EST)


Ikan,

It is owned by tourism organ, a higher education institute in Zhejiang, China, In China, we call it 事业单位, public service sector, but I must tell you that the operator is an individual, an academic study man, one of my teachers, who are specialized in tourism and interested in writing something related to travel. so this site is non-profit, which can be available on its homepage. Also, the high-quality content is legally protected. Wikipedia and Britannica both have many links to this site. It is true. That is why I am linking his articles to your site. I am not the spammer. I am a graduate studying classic literature of China and Chinese tourism.

Best regards

I am sorry, Ikan, I can not offer any governmental link, because, my teacher never do any link to government, by the way, this site is for teaching. If you can not permit our links, I can not do nothing but say it will be a big pity ..

Best regards

Hello again. I've started a thread at the bottom of the page at Wikitravel:Travellers' Pub. Perhaps you'd like to weigh in there. Let me make it clear that I would like you to stay here and continue adding content, but I am a little skeptical of how much a website with such prominent advertising and no evident notice of being associated with any government in its "About us" page can really be official. Perhaps a discussion involving more people may result in a consensus about this.
All the best, Ikan Kekek 04:05, 3 February 2012 (EST)

Ikan, Thank your for reply It is true that many education-oriented site is seemingly nothing to do government. A university has hundreds of sites, nobody could dare to guarantee it should be a mark to link to government. We never have such a tradition in university. Ok, thanks again for your suggestion. We will try....

Happy Lunar New Year

Same to you. Ikan Kekek 05:02, 3 February 2012 (EST)

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