They do on my computer and/or internet provider. The Economist also listed that as a banned site the other week in an article on China. Along with Skype. Don't have a problem with either site in HK.
Can't have the minds of the people become filled with all that Western "knowledge" and the ability to communicate it without government oversight. Next they'll want to stop pollution, slavery in coal mines, land theft, government bribery, etc....
Clearly China underestimates the benefits of a completete illiterate logging on to the chinese version of wikipedia and discovering the light!!..tinybear ...I think you are still smarter than the average bear ...but not by much.
Wikipedia is democracy in so much that anyone can write what they want without liability. China is a totalitarean state : we who profit from working around the place may choose to forget it :
Wikipedia is not gospel anyway ..but convenience trumps fact so who the hell cares (check that, Hu the hell cares apparently ).
The only way to fool all of the people all of the time is to control, or stop, the flow of information.
I thought Hu was SMSese for who
The 5th is upon us with with no one up to the challenge so I will supply one
and a mask when venturing out tonight
and finally where it all began