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enter image description here Is this Chinese? If so can you tell me what it says in english? Thank you

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This is Chinese (and it's written in Simplified Chinese).

"苹果" means "apple"; and "帝国" means "Empire". The whole phrase could be translated as "The Apple Empire" or "The Empire of Apple" into English.

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Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge with me. – Jim Jul 6 '14 at 18:30

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