Baidu Baike

Baidu Baike (Chinese: 百度百科; pinyin: Bǎidù Bǎikē; translation: Baidu Encyclopedia) is a Chinese language collaborative Web-based encyclopedia provided by the Chinese search engine Baidu. The test version was released on April 20, 2006, and within three weeks, the encyclopedia had grown to more than 90,000 articles, surpassing that of Chinese Wikipedia. By 2008, Hudong.com had surpassed both in article count. The encyclopedia self-censors politically sensitive content in accordance with the requirements of the Chinese government.As of October 2013, Baidu Baike has more than 6.2 million articles.
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