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Hi, I see that in a number of cases you are removing "website" from the "official" template. Just so you know: that's a Sisyphus task, because there are automated bots gong around adding that to those templates... --Randykitty (talk) 10:01, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
- Thanks. I see in many cases this is not necessary. However, in some articles, such as this Neonatology (journal), add "website" would allow the link to disappear .--Thomasettaei (talk) 10:04, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
- Okay, I see now. You just have to keep the the "1" and the link stays intact.--Thomasettaei (talk) 10:11, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
- Exactly, I just changed it. The problem was that when you added "website", you also removed the "1=" before the URL, which is needed here to display the link correctly. You should have a look at the template documentation to see when the "1=" is necessary and when not, because I see you have also been adding it where it is absolutely not necessary. As far as I can see, all those templates were fine and didn't need any changes, I fear you're just wasting your valuable editing time on unnecessary edits. --Randykitty (talk) 10:15, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
- I went back and fixed the links according to your suggestions. Thanks!--Thomasettaei (talk) 10:20, 5 October 2013 (UTC)
Hi, I am not gonna remove "Chinese" since Hong Kong is a part of China. But Faye Wong is definitely a Hong Kong artist,
1) Faye moved to Hong Kong at the age of 17, she moved back to Beijing because she married a mainland man Li Yapeng（after 2005）, but throughout her carrer the majority time （1989-2005）she was stay in Hong Kong, not Beijing. And she is a Hong Kong citizen, not Beijing.
2) Her first 6 albums are all cantonese albums, Faye released her 1st mandarin album in 1994, which is her 7th album "Mistery"（迷）. And that was firstly released in Taiwan, not in mainland China.
3) Her was named 7 times of "Most Popular Hong Kong Female Artist" （亞太區最受歡迎香港女歌星）and several times of "IFPI Hong Kong best selling local singer" （IFPI香港最高銷量本地歌手獎）awards.
4) In all music/movie award ceremonies she is classified to "Hong Kong-Taiwan Artists"(港台地區） from she released her first album till now. She was never been named an award about mainland china part（內地）.
5) Faye's first concert was held in Hong Kong (1994), as well as her second concert (1998). All of the live CDs (最精彩，唱遊大世界，菲比尋常) she's released are all pick form Hong Kong concerts, that's what all HK artists normally do.
I just wanna say Faye is a HK artist that is common sense in Chinese people including Hong Kong and Taiwan people.
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