Why not? This is good news for Chinese and for other countries who were trying to have their writings enter the world market. As we all know, though we have high respect for other languages, we want to see our creations in the world market and a good step that we should take is to have it translated in the universal language. This will encourage writers worldwide to double up the intelligence and creativity in writing.
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