Sunday, August 3, 2008

Websites Unblocked in China

It seems that the Chinese Wikipedia is unblocked in China now. The unblocking of the Chinese Wikipedia in China has probably been extended to cover the whole of China. Chinese users have direct access Chinese Wikipedia from very different corners of the country.

Not only with Chinese Wikipedia, this unblocking also looks like this was part of a broader opening up - mainlanders now have access to a lot of sites. Here's a rather representative list of sites that are now available in China, which include newspaper, magazine and NGO web sites previously hard blocked.

Western media



Hong Kong media



Taiwan media



NGOs


7 comments:

  1. No-longer-mainlanderAugust 12, 2008 at 1:43 PM

    Will your government record your ip address and punish you when the Olympics is over?

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  2. I'm worrying about that too....

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  3. I'm very interested in the name 'No-longer-mainlander'. No longer? What does this mean?

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  4. to 3:

    Usually,mainlander can't visit some websites

    such as Wikipedia and blogger.

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  5. i think that this is really redicilous that they dont let us on myspace in school...most kids when thye get home go on it anyways.....its not like this computer lets us do everything on myspace anyways...cause we cant even reply to anyone or open our comments.....so its not that big of a deal honestly

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  6. sheit man i need some proxies i cant get to em on google cuz of thiis stupid guy for the lab man hlp meh find proxies to get on bebo like why dont they let us on there its not like im talkin to old men real sick

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  7. Unfortunately, lots of sites were blocked overnight again.

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