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Q: Is there any point to the internet in China anymore?

Seriously. I can't even click on a simple harmless news story about Denmark.

8 years 18 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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Get a VPN! Laughing out loud you're only 1600 points away!!! Wink

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I can see whatever I want and needed to see so I don't have any problem.

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I miss out on some things but there is still many things that I can access on the net so it is still very much worthwhile.

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because if people here knew denmark existed they might try to move there. but the internet is great for getting tv programs from back home and downloading football games even though i end up watching them a week late (NFL rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

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What??? China Daily, Tudou, Baidu, and QQ don't fill every need and desire you could possibly want from the internet?

If that is even close to being true, then you, my friend, have some issues Wink

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Get a VPN. NOW.

I know what you mean. Lately I've struggled to get onto Hotmail at times. Some locations I cant hit sites that I cant at other locations. Its a wonder to me that so many Chinese people seem mostly unaware of how much it happens. They all just live with the weird blissful ignorance that the internet just really sucks or something.

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