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Discussion in 'iPad FAQ' started by china_window, Oct 5, 2010.
Can the ipad open the youtube video in China ?
Sorry NO way at all for you tube in China â€¦. witch in some point is not too bad â€¦ so no promotion of copy and angry chinese netizen
By the way a small hello and introduction will be appreciate especially when you also try to promote your crapy stuff like â€˜â€™Apad'' so called the iPad of the favelaâ€™s â€¦.
donâ€™t be offend already long time i live in China for know well the practice and behavior
the question is not whether the ipad can open youtube in China. It should be if China will allow youtube to be open in Ipad or any other computer device.
Joy in China YouTube is blocked for almost one year like all major website: Facebook, twitter, blogger, Google Doc and some thousand more â€¦ and more and more itâ€™s become impossible to find a turnaround â€¦ and we better to donâ€™t talk about the speed of the broadband as their filter reduce the speed at the one i have in 1994 in europa
i know, i've been there. studied there. i know how strict the country is.
just recently they allowed facebook AGAIN, but blocked again.
China is communist Dictator
Joy , more and more that become complicated , the first time i go there is in 1996 and i live there almost 6 years â€¦ even i have company there i do everything i can for stay the more shorter time i can â€¦ and i donâ€™t talk about the customer say they donâ€™t want to work with china directly â€¦ they are used by the arrogance and behave of the supplier â€¦ (witch i clearly understand)
Anyway they can block everything they want is none of my business
Hold your breath. Help is on the way:
China's premier: Freedom of speech 'indispensable' - INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos
I wouldnt count on it.
i'll believe it, when I see it.
Sad when a countries rulers don't trust their own countrymen........
Is it true that Net access in Hong Kong is handled by a different authority than the one that handles access in the rest of China?
Would a visitor to Beiching notice a difference in the kind of access he had if he were used to the access in Hong Kong?