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China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

no more words? Shame on you,  (Mar 27, 2010 | post #45)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

In Chinese) Wo jue de wo yao bei zhe ge wu mao kua sheng le.  (Mar 26, 2010 | post #28)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

The government is afraid of being criticized. The government is afraid of its people know the truth from foreign sources. So they set up a huge project which is called "GFW" by domestic netizens to blackout our Internet world, blocking many famous websites and filtering information. GFW's nearly an open secret. Whatever you say, you should be aware of this. That is "Yin ye fei shi". That is "Fang min zhi kou shen yu fang chuan". I'm curious why you're always acting like you're living in an Utopia on topix. I love my country, but I kind of dislike the bad-formed governing system. Things has two sides. We must be fair, dont' we?  (Mar 26, 2010 | post #26)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

I don't think YouTube, Wordpress, Blogspot or Twitter (and more and more) equals sedition, secession, terrorism, racism, or pornography. People around the world log on these sites daily and they're not harmed by the "5 topics". You must know what the idiom, "Yin ye fei shi", means, if you are really Chinese as you said. And it's simple now to tell you what is GFW. You just have a try to connect to any one of the sites I referred above. See what you got.  (Mar 26, 2010 | post #25)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

Yeah, you can choose your search engine according to your own flavor, but you must admit you'll never be unhappy if you have alternative choices, especially considering that Baidu really sucks in English search. Who do you think is to blame? Maybe you don't trust me, but I'll say the government plays the evil in this case. I'm not that convincing, but you try read more blogs and you'll get to doubt that the government's always telling the truth. Forget about the Google case. Think about many many foreign video sites, microblogging sites, news sites, etc. Why we can't access these websites? And recently many domestic websites which are delivering rational values have been suspended or crippled. Are we all supposed to close our mouth and just listen to 5-Maoes singing CCP carols? I'm not against it, I just want it to be better. You said you don't know GFW. And I said I don't believe it. That's why.  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #20)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

I've never been to Taiwan and I'm right here in Sichuan. You say so to hide yourself. You are not a Chinese. Why you pretend to be? If you are, tell me what do you think about Google's leaving?  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #17)

Google China

China is my country. And Taiwan is not a country. Don't be foolish. Thank you.  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #23)

Google China

OMG! Are you kidding? I'm just pointing out the weakness of my country and you ask me to move out? Am I too sensible or are you insane?  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #20)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

If you don't know GFW, the first thing comes up to my mind is that I'm not talking to a Chinese, or a conscious Chinese. And thus, we have nothing more to discuss on this topic. BTW, if you don't know something, search it before you ask.  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #15)

Google China

China has no censorship. China only has over-censorship.  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #17)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

Please make your point clear. Are you suggesting you love GFW, which may block Topix tomorrow or someday?  (Mar 25, 2010 | post #13)

China Media Accuse Google of Violating Promises

I get thousands of reasons to say that.  (Mar 23, 2010 | post #11)

Why people around here hate China?

Yeah, but not accurately. Athletes for whom there aren't any professional leagues are usually CCP funded. We can say they are state funded, but I think CCP plays a crucial role in it. They always like to hype the so-called sports hero(in)s while nearly no people enjoy those games and would go into them. Note that the precondition is the game must be a Olympic game, or they won't waste their money.  (Feb 20, 2010 | post #7)