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Google.com banned in China
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liberation  Identity Verified
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Sep 8, 2002

Am living in China and often used www.google.com for bilingual searches when doing Chinese-to-English translations. Over the last few days:



*** cannot access www.google.com within mainland China



*** articles reporting on the ban in on-line editions of the Economist and the New York Times On-line



Am quite upset about this in practical terms, because I don\'t know of another site in which you can get such excellent search results done simultaneously in Chinese and English. Any suggestions on good sites for bilingual searches?



Bruce Humes

Shenzhen, PRC

xumushi@yahoo.com







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Chinoise  Identity Verified
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Really? Sep 8, 2002

If Google doesn\'t work, you may try Yahoo.

I often use cn.yahoo.com/ to do bilingual searches. Besides, the one which was recommended by Kevin in another thread www.openfind.com is also very nice.



The following is also good:

www.altavista.com/sites/search/web?q=&pg=q&avkw=tgz&kl=zh



HTH

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-08 15:05 ]


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Xiaoping Fu  Identity Verified
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ways around Sep 8, 2002

Hi, Bruce:



Haven\'t talk to you so long!



It is so sad to hear that google is banned by Chinese government. There might be ways around, although I am not sure they will work.



Check the following links:

http://hk.yahoo.com/headlines/020904/china/cna/cfp0192txt.html

http://www.freelamp.com/forum/showthread.php?postid=1417

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-08 22:58 ]


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Summit
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try this one Sep 10, 2002

I have already suffered it for a while:

quote:

Sep 6 5:07am Golden View, quite right

.....

The other issue which, I would like to explore further is: although Chinese authority can\'t always \"technically\" prohibit gambling activity online, but they certainly can block a lot of websites which they deem culturally ill or inappropriate for Chinese viewer or surfers. i.e.: even Google is blocked from time to time.

.......



http://www.renfu.com/google.htm


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Summit
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Yahoo is even worse than the spy software, would never recommend to any one. Sep 10, 2002

Yahoo is simply full of spy wares. Period.

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山不转,路转, 路不转, 人转, 好话一句。 Sep 10, 2002

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On 2002-09-08 22:46, xiaoping wrote:

Hi, Bruce:



Haven\'t talk to you so long!



It is so sad to hear that google is banned by Chinese government. There might be ways around, although I am not sure they will work.



Check the following links:

http://hk.yahoo.com/headlines/020904/china/cna/cfp0192txt.html

http://www.freelamp.com/forum/showthread.php?postid=1417

[ This Message was edited by: on 2002-09-08 22:58 ]





quess we all have to appreciate modern China\'s democracy.



翻几翻吧, no big deal.



I have local Chinese friend\'s response to it, simply: “不要脸”

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try this one, might not always work Sep 12, 2002

http://www.renfu.com/google.htm

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