Mabey even we the "free" are being censored now. It has been removed Stan.
Er, except the article is back up - if it was ever removed in the first place. I never had any problems accessing it.
Everyone's been having problems accessing everything over the last few days. Jasmine Revolution and all that.
We want food! We want work! We want fairness!
Nice and all, but I just want to check my fucking Gmail.
Whaaat? Whose bright idea was it to choose a McDonalds as a protest venue? Did they figure that the gubbermint wouldn't dare drive tanks through a shopping district?
Sounds more like a 菊花 revolution.
I welcome the idea of Internet regulation, because it's hilariously futile. It's the last wild frontier, like America's Old West, except the Indians have better guns. When it comes to technology, one hundred old men cannot stay a step ahead of one thousand young people. It's a beast that will not be tamed.
"Whaaat? Whose bright idea was it to choose a McDonalds as a protest venue? Did they figure that the gubbermint wouldn't dare drive tanks through a shopping district?
Sounds more like a 菊花 revolution."
I don't know, I think Wangfujing wasn't a bad choice - hard to differentiate between protestors, bystanders and tourists down there if it really came to anything. Although from the sounds
of it, most of the people there were just curious. I heard it described as a "dry run" in one of the articles I read on Monday.
@ Ami, Even non Chinese can remain sensible and logical when it pertains to Chinese culture but, there is always an exception to anything.Someone intelligent once said "For every action there is an equal and opposite dog fight"~ Big Vick.
@ Ami, You are good at writing in English it simply takes a little time to develop just as everything else in our lives.