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China blocks all versions of Wikipedia
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(05-26-2019, 10:24 PM)Hotspot Wrote: That's just terrible! China really is out of it's mind at this point. I have a friend, who has always LOVED Chinese culture. She eventually moved there back in 2016, and she loves it. She was going to school there, because she wanted to teach Chinese to English speakers, and vice versa.
But because they banned everything there, I had to use an obscure app called WeChat, to contact her. I wondered about Hong Kong, since it's more free there. But she won't move there, because she said they were rude to another Chinese sect. (I think that's what it was, but I'm not sure. I'm bad at re-telling stories. lol)
Even though she loves it, they've been getting very nationalistic there. She doesn't feel safe there anymore, and it's really sad since she loved it so much. She's thinking of moving to Italy, to go to a college there now.

Wow, that is really sad :'( . I do hope she's able to find something that works for her.

But, I agree completely. There's plenty to like about Chinese culture, but plenty to dislike about the current political regime.
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