Flickr Targets Hong Kong Market – BBC

From BBC News:

Popular photo-sharing site Flickr has announced plans to launch a version in the Chinese language.

The move from Yahoo-owned Flickr is part of its attempts to localise and increase the accessibility of its websites, especially in Asia.

The site, using traditional Chinese characters, will initially target users in Hong Kong. The next target market will be Taiwan, it said. Yahoo did not mention any plans to build its China user-base.[Full Text]

– See also a Reuters story on this topic.


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