Before you buy any electronic gadget or a toy with the CE mark, make sure the marking is original and not the fake China Export mark.
This graphic image shows a list of keywords and websites that are currently blocked or censored in China.
Amazon owned IMDB.com, a hugely popular web database of movies and actors, is no longer accessible from China. They blocked IMDB due to a film on Tibet.
China plans to require that all personal computers sold in the country as of July 1 be shipped with software that blocks access to certain Web sites, a move that could give government censors unprecedented control over how Chinese users access the Internet.
China has the highest number of Internet users in the world and that explains why American companies co-operate with the Chinese government in implementing internet censorship. WordPress is however different.
There are some 275 million blogs hosted on Blogger.com and all them have possibly been blocked in China. Learn tricks on how to post to Blogger blogs from inside Mainland China.
Internet censorship in China – Leaked documents from Baidu reveals a list of banned keywords and topics that are blacklisted on the Chinese internet.
In an surprising move away from the Google brand, g.cn, the shortest domain name which Google acquired last year, is now being officially promoted by Google.
Bloggers and journalists in China are using a novel approach to bypass Internet filters in their country â€“ they write backwards or from right to left. The content therefore remains readable by human beings but defeats the web filtering software.
There are online services that help you test Internet filtering in China – you will know if your site is accessible or restricted in China.
China has blocked access to all Blogger blogs ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games that begin in Beijing three months from now.
This video shows how students in China learn English language in large groups – it looks like a large political gathering but they are all taking English Lessons.
Indian Government is considering an Internet policy that could change the life of web users in the country.
To access YouTube in China or any other country where access to YouTube is blocked, try Truveo from AOL and download the YouTube video using Vixy.net
For China’s 162 million Web users, surfing the Internet can be like running an obstacle course with blocked Web sites, partial search results, and posts disappearing at every turn.