Is there a way to make the Word Censor ignore certain words when creating links?
We use our word censor to correct romanization of Chinese names. So we automatically change names like Chengchi into it's proper Hanyu Pinyin spelling (Zhengzhi). However, since the word censor also affects links, people will not be able to reach websites like www.chengchi.com.tw
(just an example) or en.wikipedia.com/wiki/chengchi (a better example)
Our website is based in and on Taiwan, where standard romanization has only recently become government policy. This policy adopts Hanyu Pinyin, which was originally developed in Mainland China and (some would argue) was blocked from use in Taiwan for political reasons. Indeed, the previous government went so far as to commission a competitive Chinese romanization system called Tongyang Pinyin
Since there was no standard romanization in Taiwan until recently, the spelling of Chinese words tends to be colorful and myriad, and ultimately a havoc for when giving directions to someone. My partner actually met with the country manager for Google Taiwan and suggested that Google Maps finally standardize on Hanyu Pinyin.
We actually do not use the word censor for censorship, we use it for proper spelling