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Q: Is China a poor man's way (dream) of acquiring a rich man's ability (desire)?

I want to say that echinacities did not want to publish my original post.  I think echinacities, has been "xi nao"  And, they willl try to use it laater.  Ha!  Spoken word is more powerful.  Let me ask the expats, is your ability to type prohibited, and very time you type will try later.

5 years 21 weeks ago in  General  - Chengdu

 
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Tecrrrhnical difficulties is what they claim.  But...Fuck u expats, we are being monitored. My origiinal post claims ...

 

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We should all go back to 'free' USA, 'cause here in China, they monitor everything!

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I think every forum in any country will have their own censors who delete or censor posts that carry views that are too strongly worded. It's not a question whether they can or cannot allow such posts but rather the idea of the entire website being shut down due to such posts that admin people worry about. All of us have something that we feel strongly about and in our own sense we feel that it is our right to air it. There's no problem with that, freedom of speech rules. However, when we consider the countries that we live in and the sensitivity of certain topics considered taboo I assume one would try to be subtle in our critical opinions and such. There are many ways to deliver a message in English with subtlety and yet not losing it's original meaning. 

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Strangely, my work computer can post no problem. BOTH my home computers go ape-shit every time I try.

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http://space.echinacities.com/112751/blog/detail/2050
still waiting for parts I and III to get added to the site. Part I was added as community blog, but disappeared after I uploaded a correction. Part III... who knows...

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I never managed a website hosted in China. Even with the best intention in the world, every article might have to go through some reviewing process. The reviewing process should be clearly explained somewhere, and authors should have a feedback like "article rejected under reason X and Y". or "article pending", etc...

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