2009年5月20日 星期三

Hell in Jail

It is hell for google bloggers in China.
Yesterday I tried to register and write in Sina Blog hosted by the local server in China.

I wrote 2 posts: first one was to say hello and tell my visitors why I moved to Sina Blog Land; the second one I just cut and paste my last post about my visit to Chong Yuan Temple from my original document which I had posted in this blogspot to Sina blog.

Guess what happened?

 

One hour later, when I entered my Sina blog, my first post was removed without any notice and explanation while the second one remained there. 

 

You know why? Because in the first posting, I said "My Google Blogspot was Blocked so I moved to Sina Blog."

 

With the sensitive key word " Google Blog is blocked", then my post is gone.  My precious human right was spotted by a dirty hand.

 

So I decided not to use Sina Blog anymore. But there was no function or option for me to delete my website.  I felt ashamed that I was registered to a blog spied and controlled by someone not myself.

I will still use my mail to post to my web site although I can not open it and see the page in China. At least my blog is still there. One day when they reopen it or when I go back to my free country I can see it. That would be a special precious reunion moment.  

2 則留言:

HANK 提到...

實在不能怪新浪網,他想要在現況的份圍下,劑續的服務網者,我想是不得已的做法.
中共現在領導的作法與蔣經國執政早期一樣,經濟發展為主,政治是沒有妥協的空間.所以,希望中共在未來的20年能與台灣一樣,走到政治開放的階段.
經歷這次的事情,才知道台灣是多好的地方,中國雖是大國,但整體的水平與台灣是差遠了.

Jane 提到...

寫東西小心點,可不想看到你出名喔.