User talk:Bailmoney27

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LeEco[edit]

LeEco have no parent/subsidiary relationship with LeTV (aka le.com). I don't think removing removing native language ref and name of the subsidiary would actually "help" the article. As wikipedia had lists of Intel product, it looks appropriate to keep a list of mobile phone of LeEco. Matthew_hk tc 04:07, 1 December 2016 (UTC)

Hey Matthew, thank you for getting in touch. A few key points I want to point out: (1) I'll fix the LeTV / Le.com confusion there. I misunderstood while reading some articles in both Chinese and English. Thanks for the heads up! (2) I think you're right about the table of mobile phones, I want to clean it up a little bit and insert it under the LeMobile section. (3) I don't believe the native Chinese names are necessary on the English Wikipedia for every subsidiary, as I feel this is too much information that isn't relevant to English-speaking users. I've removed them for this reason. Thanks for the feedback, and feel free to ask or contribute any more information! Bailmoney27 talk 04:14, 1 December 2016 (UTC)
It is a wide practice that the private company that was owned by the largest shareholder of the public company, abuse to use the brand name of the public company to aid the private business, keeping the native name at least help bilingual user to tract record which company the subsidiary actually belong to, or which product referring to which company. (More example: It look crazy for Sinopharm to have six listed subsidiary isn't it? Mitsubishi in Japan were actually Keiretsu) The native name ideally should be used in the subsidiary's own article (on its lead), but since there is none, it is better to keep there as LeMobile isn't one to one translation of Chinese: 乐视移动智能信息技术, but rather a trading name or unofficial translation by the press. Matthew_hk tc 04:26, 1 December 2016 (UTC)


Take a look at the latest revision and let me know what you think. I edited the names to translate smoother without the full legal name of the subsidiary, but rather the shortened version most commonly used. Bailmoney27 talk 04:32, 1 December 2016 (UTC)