Allin hamupay Ñillu Hay masillay!
Kay Wikipidiyaman hamusqaykiqa anchatam kusichiwanmi.
Qallarinaykipaqqa kay p'anqakunatam qhawaykiman:
- Wikipidiya:Pichqantin tiksi tunu
- Wikipidiya:Allin qillqay
- Wikipidiya:Ruraqpa hayñin
Rimachinapi qillqaspaykiqa, ama qunqaychu tawantin tilde nisqa ~~~~ sananchakunawan silq'uyta.
China uywamanta wandaluchasqayki qillqaLlamk'apuy
You changed the article China uywa. Quechua china has nothing to do with en:China, but means "female", usually for animals, but in some cases also for young girls. You changed articles here in a wrong way. Please stop misusing a Wikipedia not knowing its language and stop insulting other users - including other Wikipedias. Next time, please, try to study the language a bit before doing such things. -- AlimanRunawillaway 13:05 21 mar 2011 (UTC)
Chinasuyu, Chinwa or ChunwaLlamk'apuy
Please look at Ruraq rimanakuy:AlimanRuna#Chinasuyu, Chinwa or Chunwa and do something. -- AlimanRunawillaway 22:55 21 mar 2011 (UTC)
Hello Ñillu Hay, here on Qhichwa Wikipedia there shouldn't be any articles with foreign texts, i.e. creating an article, you should write it in Qhichwa immediately. An article with just one explaining sentence is usually already accepted as valid stub. You can add article wishes on the start page. Another possibility is that you create article templates (I do NOT mean in the sense "Template:...") as subpages of your own page, i.e. e.g. Ñillu Hay/Qhichwa speaking immigrants in the People's Republic of China. If you find someone who translates that into Quechua, you or he/she can move it then into the article namespace. In some cases (especially botany/zoology/biology) you can ask me. But keep in mind, there must not be any articles without Quechua text in the article namespae of the Quechua Wikipedia. It is important to have a space in the internet where the Quechua language is protected, where it is the only accepted language. So if you have anything very important, start it in the user namespace or - even better - learn some basic Qhichwa and write valid stubs. I can correct mistakes. :-) -- AlimanRunawillaway 14:03 3 awr 2011 (UTC)