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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?

10 years 44 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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Xpat.John:

Thank you. The other suggested torrent used seeds that were too far away to be useful in China. These actually let me stream almost instantly, even with my slow connection.

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

Xpat.John:

verycd.com is a great site that has links to the various video sites in China. All the shows & movies there have Chinese subtitles so you can share them with your favorite local. The site is in Chinese, but if you use a browser like Chrome, you can have it translated fast enough.

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nevermind:

That's what my wife uses, but lately it seems to be lacking in selection. And there's so many great movies I'd like her to see.

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Movies are hard to find online. Too much editing needed, I suppose. Just go to your local DVD seller, they should have the latest ones available. If you are looking for older, esoteric films, those are much harder to find. Either a trip to HK is needed, or if you are lucky there might be one vendor in your city that has them. If you are located in Dalian, I know just where you can look. Other than that, I don't know.

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Looking for stuff like Airplane and such. Went to walmart and saw a Christmas story, but, as per chinese merchant tradition they had the box out without having the actual movie.

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You can use Funshion (风行). Look for it in google or baidu. Download the software. It's a player that connects you to the funshion portal. It uses P2P. It has a wide selection of movies, all with chinese subtitles. I always watch my movies and series on this because my girlfriend is chinese. Most recently boardwalk empire and xfactor and such. It's really great and extremely fast. Trust me, it has all the movies and series you can think of.

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nevermind:

Thanks!

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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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