It's pretty clear that we get a steady stream of questions when Europe/Africa and the Americas are on-line, but so far we seem to get very few questions during the Asia working day. I can't believe that they don't also have questions.

(Is it possible that stack exchange is blocked by the great firewall of China?)

  • Seems like ajax.googleapis.com is blocked there so in China they get a degraded experience but should still be fairly usable. So question is still how do we get engagement from that community?
    – Squirrel
    Commented Mar 29, 2022 at 6:40
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    We do have a large Substrate community in Asia/Pacific.. Agree with you that we should find a way to welcome them here! Commented Mar 29, 2022 at 11:25

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I don't think we should be doing anything specific to the Asian community that we wouldn't do for the global community.

Most asian specific efforts I have seen usually involves localization, but as mentioned before, StackExchange is an English only site.

The only thing I can think of is to use any asia specific sites to also advertise the existence of this community.

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