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02/16/2011

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Doodlebug

Commie bastards....

Craig Watts

Yeah Facebook is banned in China, twitter and youtube are also banned.
You can use a VPN to connect but it's a pain and you have to shop around for a free one.
If you are only here for a short while I'd say just do without it until you get home.

Jason Kuan

I heard that if there's no Facebook in China, but there's a Chinese website called: QQ网, which it's also a social network.
The website is: qzone.qq.com

Sakshi

i have to go china next month for my studies.. may i know how can i use social networking sites like facebook there?
please reply

Iqra

I therefore love china. They have such a strong hold on everything. China ~ Our longtime friend xx

Sonia-Laila

Hi there, I'm conducting a university project on why social media is banned in China and your article was very helpful. If you have anymore information I'd be grateful.

Computer Services Seattle

I've heard that news too. And oh, in Vietnam also. Don't know why.

Florida Internet Marketing

Hello.This article was really motivating, especially because I was looking for thoughts on this issue last couple of days.

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