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  1. ...not. At any rate, I found a good report on internet censorship in China on the website for Human Rights Watch but that's site...

    5 Answers · Travel · 05/02/2010

  2. ...quot;un-seriousness" of the matter regards to threaten the security of the China . For wikipedia is like a fact that they think that wikipedia is more serious on what they...

    11 Answers · Travel · 09/04/2008

  3. ... Chinese Communist Party the only party rule the China has very strict internet policy. The Chinese Communist...

    12 Answers · Travel · 10/04/2010

  4. ... doubting its certainty due to the freedom of changing the wikipedia 's original information into almost anything else, Chinese are seriously...

    1 Answers · Travel · 13/08/2015

  5. Here are some useful links about China , from wikipedia . http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/ China http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Economy...

    5 Answers · Travel · 11/11/2013

  6. Here you are: China From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia • Learn...of Chinese characters. China (traditional Chinese: 中國; ...

    4 Answers · Travel · 23/05/2008

  7. ... has decided the name of next emperor. The next emperor of China is likely to be Xi Jinping. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Xi_Jinping Bye! .

    5 Answers · Travel · 21/06/2009

  8. Great Wall of China From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia Jump...stone and earthen fortifications in China , built, rebuilt, and maintained...

    5 Answers · Travel · 12/01/2008

  9. No way. Every country is interested in progress, not going back in time, and especially not after fighting so hard as part of its history to get out of that kind of rule.

    11 Answers · Travel · 11/07/2008

  10. NO. What good does royalty do in Europe? None. They only drain money from the government. Communism will never lose power. What will you do when Capitalism fails, the banks go bankrupt and your money is...

    9 Answers · Travel · 30/04/2009

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