...it's a huge embarrassment for the censors if they block Wikipedia, because we are none of the things that they claim to want to censor. Censoring Wikipedia is an admission that it is unbiased factual information itself that frightens you. We are not political propaganda, we are not online gambling, we are not porn. We are an encyclopedia.
Originally I wanted to synchronize my user page in English and Chinese Wikipedia, but I abandoned this idea soon out of several factors: the most important one among which is the different atmospheres on the two sites. The conflict of ideology plays an important role in zhwiki, generally some Chinese Wikipedians tend to pursue democracy, while others support the Communist Party, hence contradict appears. In the end, this diversity often affects editors' tendency to modify an article in a subjective way. I guess there's temporarily no solution. In enwiki, however, the situation looks better (just 'better', I know there are some universal problems that can be seen on wikis of any language).
I registered an account in November 2011 and made my first edit in January 2012. But I was not active until early 2014. Today, most of my contributions are in zhwiki. Why? Because writing in one's native language is more comfortable? Maybe. Anyway, I'm here now. My major works in enwiki is to translate articles with my contributions in zhwiki to English in order to fill some vacancies - I've noticed that zhwiki has some articles that enwiki doesn't have (including a few written by myself). This is what I can help.