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China: What's Wrong with Wiki?

KJ found out that many netizens couldn't access overseas wiki websites such as wikia and wowwiki [zh].

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  • Bill

    Chinese netizens are special. They are more delicate than any other netizens in the world, like those in Brazil, India, Russia, etc. They need special protection from outside information. The Chinese government, as a very caring government, is screening all information so that the Chinese netizens are not harm, or negatively affected by foreign ideas, even factual information. This is ensure the Chinese people are getting the kind of information the Chinese government consider proper for the Chinese people. This kind of care enhances the harmony in China, so that all Chinese will agree and follow the Party.

    This is the unique characteristics of China. People in all other countries only loves their country, and not a party. In China, we can love our country and one single party. This is in our blood and must be protected with tender loving care from the Chinese government.

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