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Q: What is the best source of torrents in China?

China ironically blocks Piratebay & other torrent sites that I am familliar with.  Is there a good source for them here in China?

9 years 21 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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This one is for free because you asked SO nice. smileylaughlaugh

I use Bitcomet and search for torents on torrentz. Been using them for years, never had a problem. As a bonus, Bitcomet can be used to download and save flash video! 

http://www.bitcomet.com/ 

http://www.torrentz.com/

http://www.utorrent.com/

utorrent windows settings; http://d.pr/QR88 ( for private trackers)

http://www.portforward.com for portforwarding your router.

I love the thumbs down, though!!wink

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Anyone got one that's good for western films with chinese subs?

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PPS directly streamed, no delays. Hook your pc up with a VGA cable to your TV.

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I use btjunkie... not too bad...

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WOw! bennyfulltrack I own you a chocolate and strawberry cake and a kiss in your chick! life savior for the config for Utorrent. Wow!

Thanks

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Here is a mirror to an unblocked piratebay for you

https://tpb.pirateparty.org.uk/top

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