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Hongqi Wang

Hongqi Wang

Seattle, Washington
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Hi Hongqi, Firstly, I really like the idea and I found your personal note about your little sister and your reasons for creating ...

What can I buy a robot mad kid for Christmas?

Here is a collection of robots on Sure, you won't be able to buy most of them, but might be interested in seeing how amazing they are. ...

Would you like to use to manage YouTube videos for your kids?

Hi Holly, We've considered every problem you had and revised/resolved all the confusing areas. Hope you can give it a try. Thanks

How can my kids make their own movies?

While I don't have experience to make videos/movies, I saw some awesome videos made by parents and kids are the leading actors. Below are some of my ...

Would you like to use to manage YouTube videos for your kids?

Just let you know, the "tags to search keywords" change is available now. Let me know if it's good when you get a chance to try it out.

Would you like to use to manage YouTube videos for your kids?

Hi Holly, Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for the feedback! We will be working on the problems you experienced. I would say all the feedbacks ...

Would you like to use to manage YouTube videos for your kids?

Hi Chris, thanks for the feedback. I agree with you that videos should be age-appropriate. I'd like to give you some background. was ...


Would you like to use to manage YouTube videos for your kids?

Should you let your child free on YouTube?

I am late to the discussion. But I am glad I finally come to this place. I've read some great discussions and want to comment this one because I've ...

What's the point of my reputation points?

Quibly's a community of parents, and while we can see your bio and who you are, members also want to know how much you do in the community. Your reputation score on Quibly is your street cred, it's what you can use to see how important someone is to your fellow parents on Quibly.

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Let's get this clear - having a Quibly reputation is a good thing. We give you points for all the amazing things you do. Questions, Answers, Upvotes, and all those other little things you all do to make Quibly awesome are all taken into account.

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