The Chinese version has a translation error

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As you can see from my attached screenshot, the Chinese words under the comment write:
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This commentary did arouse my curiosity.
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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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Is your point that Chinese is read from right to left?

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Jeorj Euler

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Not exactly.
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Jeorj Euler

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This has something to do with the meaning of the phrase "人中有".
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Thanks for reporting this!

I've reached out to our Mobile team to take a look, will keep you posted when more information is available.

To assist in our investigation, are you noticing this same translation error on the desktop website in addition to the iOS app?

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Following up here - this issue is fixed in the latest version of the IMDb app. Please download the latest version of the app and let us know if you are still seeing the same issue.
Thanks for your patience while we worked to get this resolved!