Wei4Green · 唯绿远大, Pledge to Wikipedia, POTUS version, 9 October 2018 (UTC)

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Country China
LanguagesMandarin Chinese, American English
Current timeCurrent time for UTC-4 is 16:07
Hobbies, favourites and beliefs
PoliticsMorally universalist, civilly egalitarianist, socially progressive, religiously agnostic, economically moderate, politically nonpartisan, governmentally uncorrupted semi-democratic, nationally republican, globally pacificist
This user is of Chinese ethnicity.
#This user chats on Discord as Wei4Green#8217.

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About meEdit

Hi, I am learning to edit Wikipedia since April 2018. I am a native speaker of Chinese and English.

Since 6 May 2019 (UTC), I am learning how to use various semi-automated tools to make edits more efficient [As I am dumb enough to not find out how to access the Twinkle (And read it as "Twinkie") gadget for over a year]. Learning how to code with popular programming languages would be my next goal.

If you want to contact me, please find me here: WP:DISCORD. I'll be as open-minded as possible.

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