In China, you’re probably not going to see what’s going on in Egypt. Know why?
Governments that rule with one heavy hand are going to trickle away in the 21st Century.
Meanwhile, take a look at this piece from BoingBoing:
- China: Bridging news on Egypt (advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org)
- China is blocking coverage of Egypt protests on Twitter-like services (venturebeat.com)
- China blocks “Egypt” searches on micro-blogs (reuters.com)
- China’s Twitter sites Censor ‘Egypt’ Search (penn-olson.com)
- China Blocks Egypt on Micro-Blogging Service (thenextweb.com)
- China Blocks “Egypt” On Sina Weibo, Its Twitter Clone (businessinsider.com)
Posted on January 30, 2011, in blogs, government, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, World News and tagged Africa, China, Chinese people, Egypt, Global Voices Advocacy, Oiwan Lam, State media, Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, Xinhua News Agency. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on In China, you’re probably not going to see what’s going on in Egypt. Know why?.