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For the last 60 years or so, State censorship has been part and parcel of life in China—be it democracy, be it gagging of the press or more recently, suppressing dissents over internet. But with the rising popularity of microblogging sites, bloggers in China are also finding their way out to beat the censorship system. For example, typing the ‘dreaded’ words like “Egypt,” “June 4th, 1989″ or “Tiananmen” in any of microblogging sites from mainland China is set to reply a pop-up message “According to relevant law and regulations, the results are not displayed.”
A growing number of China’s estimated 477 million internet users are frustrated by curbs on their online activities.