Yes, I can read this -- written characters are my friend, spoken Chinese with its tones and its indistinguishable q/x/sh fricatives is my foe -- and I know that it is a security warning about someone trying to log into an Apple account with my email ID. I think I received it (and not the English counterpart) because I bought the equipment in question earlier this year at an Apple store in the Wangfujing district of Beijing.
Still, I couldn't help doing a double-take on getting a security warning in this form. And, perhaps irrationally, wondering if it was phishing. To be safe, I went to the English-language Apple site (and not the linked Chinese site) and changed the relevant passwords. No larger point, but to me an interesting little document about our connected-for-better-and-worse world.
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