If you have a website that receives search traffic from Chinese-language search queries as well as from search terms in other languages, it can be a hassle to find out how much of your search traffic is coming from Chinese-language keywords. Use this simple process, and it won't be a hassle anymore. :) This method will help you track how many visitors are arriving on your site via either Chinese-language search keywords or by searching from within greater China.
Note that this method will not catch 100% of traffic from China or users using Chinese as their primary language. It is pretty close though. I tested this advanced segment on three sites that are Chinese-language only and it found an average of 94% of the Chinese searches. So, it's a little less accurate than trolling through the Keywords report for Chinese keywords, but it's a lot more convenient.
Specifically, this segment will track all visits that:
Are from Google, Baidu, Bing, Yahoo or one of several other Chinese search engines.
A) Are from visitors within China, including other areas of greater China.
B) Are from visitors that are using Chinese as their primary language, as determined by Google.
Does this not work for you? Do you want to track Chinese users in some other way? Let me know and I'll see if I can figure it out.
If you want to learn how to do more cool things with Analytics, I suggest the blog Occam's Razor.