After going to almost all the threads on here started or replied to by our new Chinese visitors I hae to mention the abyssmal lack of 2012 information being shown by them.
Hmmm...perhaps we should view this another way. The lack of 2012 information could be genuine. We assume they experience the same freedom of ideas we do but is that the case? I don't have the answer to that.
We have many English speaking people that come here with an interest about 2012 but have little knowledge about it. Some come here and believe it is all about the Mayan calendar because that is all they have heard before they arrived here. The same holds true for Nibiru. Those that have been here a while know that there are many other theories, ideas and opinions about what 2012 means but to the ones that have only glimpsed a small portion these multiple ideas are foreign.
The purpose of this forum like many others is to exchange ideas and information. The exchange will always be limited by the volume of knowledge of the participants. If a participant has only been exposed to a narrow view, their participation will likewise be narrow. As we share information those with more knowledge can teach those who have been exposed to less. It is a give and take proposition. When we include a language barrier it makes it that much harder to exchange ideas.
We should appreciate the fact that our new visitors are here and are trying to build that bridge. To dismiss them because they cannot at this time contribute as some might like does not mean they won't be valuable contributors in the future. Just like our English speaking newbies it will take time for them to discover new ideas.
It would be just as difficult for one of us to join their forum to discuss the issues. The language barrier could make us seem simple and our contributions would be limited as well.