China: The Internet situation in Xinjiang

“Today marks five long months,” writes Far West China blogger Josh Summers, since Xinjiang, China's largest province, was unplugged from the Internet. With answers to the questions many have been asking, Josh notes: “[w]hile any internet content, especially for English-speakers, is extremely limited, there is plenty still available to be found in Chinese.”


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