Took a picture at GPS coordinates 44°12'38" N 69°3'54" W, which is in downtown Camden, Maine. The sublocation field is filled in with a suggestion, but it's the Chinese transliteration of the city name. I happen to read Chinese but I doubt most people would find this too useful.
These are returned by Google, so it's out of Adobe's control.
Every Google Maps objects may have its name in different languages or even different types of names (such as Preferred, Local or Obscure). Google usually returns the preferred name over a local, but if this chines name was the only one available for that location, that's what is returned.